Meeks first caught everyone's attention in 2014 when he was arrested on weapons charges outside a California gang house. The blue-eyed, sharp-jawed internet sensation first received recognition after his 2014 mugshot went viral on Facebook and received over 64,000 likes, instantly turning him into an internet heartthrob.
Thousands of swooning replies and hashtags later, the ex-convict signed a modelling contract before being released from prison and is now represented by London model management agency SUPA.
The 23-year-old recent college grad and her presumably rugged, callous-handed man were granted front row seats for the Philipp Plein show at the New York Public Library last night.
Three years later, the New York Daily News reports he lived up to the hype when he modeled black trousers and a black puffer coat with a fur hood at Philipp Plein's NYFW show Monday night.
Orange might be the new black for TV prisoners, but at fashion week black is still black.
Teva Searches for a New CEO
In accordance with the Israeli law, Peterburg relinquished his chairman role to serve as interim CEO. Previously, he served as president and CEO of cellular provider Cellcom Israel Ltd.
"Seating sh*t show at Philipp Plein because no editors want to sit near Tiffany Trump".
Yep, he's swapped the prison yard for the runway and he had quite the audience for his debut, with Kylie Jenner, Tyga and Madonna all sitting in the frow.
"Big thanks to @philippplein78 for believing in me".
Anyways, his name was Jeremy Meeks and he ended up being sentenced to two years in prison for gun possession.
Since his infamous mugshot, Meeks has amassed more than 814,000 Instagram followers. This iconic photo will be celebrating it's third anniversary in June. "I'm overwhelmed and grateful for what lies ahead", Meeks told fans a year ago.