‘Hot convict’ Jeremy Meeks makes New York Fashion Week debut at the Philipp Plein show

From orange jumpsuit to designer threads.

Jeremy Meeks, dubbed “hot convict,” made his runway debut during New York Fashion Week.

The 33-year-old blue-eyed hunk was one of several models designer Philipp Plein had walk in his show Monday night on day 5 of the bi-annual fashion event.

Meeks hit the runway in a dark ensemble: black pants, black boots, a black jacket and a black puffer coat with a fur hood.

The former prisoner glared at the camera with his icy blue eyes as he made his way down the catwalk.

Backstage, Meeks wore far less clothing and was photographed standing in front of a wire fence shirtless and rocking a pair of sweatpants that were pulled down low to show his Philipp Plein boxers.

Several celebrities were in attendance to witness Meeks’ runway debut, including Kylie Jenner, Tiffany Trump, Madonna, Tyga, Shay Mitchell, Paris Hilton, Taylor Hill, Fat Joe and more.

Meeks became an Internet sensation — and sex symbol — in 2014 after the Stockton Police Department released his mugshot on its Facebook page.

The California native was facing gun possession charges, but people were more interested in how attractive he looked in his booking photo.

Despite his good looks, Meeks served two years in prison. A year before his release last March, the married father of three signed a modeling contract with White Cross Management.

Ever since his release, Meeks has been updating fans on his modeling journeyvia his Instagram page.


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