Steamy Abercrombie Mag Lands in UK
Fans of homoerotic black and white snaps of college boys in their underwear were devastated when Abercrombie & Fitch's magazine, A & F Quarterly, folded in 2003. So much so that vintage copies of the racy style rag now command $95 at esteemed used bookstores—where it's logged under "Gay Studies"—and even more on E-bay. Now, thanks to those pervy Brits, photographer Bruce Weber might just be back in the soft-core porn business: A & F is being reborn in the UK, where sensibilities are a tad less puritanical and the thirst for scantily clad teen models in jeeps (alternate NSFW samplings after the jump) remains unfettered. God save the Queen!
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