The (nearly) naked city
If you see a couple of guys walking around Boston today dressed in nothing but their underwear, don’t be alarmed; they just want your suits.
The barely dressed models are part of an advertising campaign for the Men’s Wearhouse National Suit Drive.
The drive supports “unemployed men prepare for a more successful future,” according to the store’s website. Gently used professional attire such as ties, dress shoes, dress shirts, slacks, sport coats and suits are being collected at Men’s Wearhouse locations. People who donate will get a 50 percent off coupon with some restrictions.
The drive lasts through Aug. 31.
The nearly nude models were out this morning, but some will still be around the store’s Boylston Street location until about 2:30 p.m. today.