Remember the 'Hot Felon'? He just made a huge modelling debut

Elle fashion editor Nikki Ogunnaike tweeted that the seats beside Tiffany were empty because none of the editors wanted to sit beside her!

He's come a very long way from his mug shot and orange jumpsuit days.

In 2014, a Stockton mugshot went viral, and the hashtag #FreeJeremyMeeks trended on Twitter. "Hot Felon" may have gotten famous for his mugshot, but he's making a name for himself after getting his life back on track.

Since then, he's been keeping fans updated on his modeling endeavors on his Instagram.

The 33-year-old ex-con turned male model made his New York Fashion Week runway debut on Monday, walking in the Philipp Plein show at the New York Public Library. Meeks modeled an incredible black puffa jacket.

Rocking his famed pout, the 33-year-old father-of-two wore a knee-length lacquered black puffer jacket with a fur-trimmed hood; a black, zipped-up bomber jacket; moto-inspired trousers; and his lone tear-drop tattoo.

Even more tantalisingly, Meeks posed for a picture with none other than fashion editor Carine Roitfeld backstage, captioning the picture: "I so look forward to seeing you soon".

If you love a bad boy, he was quickly signed by talent agency White Cross Management.

He was released in March 2016 and has since been spotted hanging out with the youngest Hadid, Anwar, as well as on various photoshoots. Ahead of the show, Plein borrowed President Trump's controversial slogan "Make America Great Again", using the hashtag #LetsMakeNYFWgreatAgain on Instagram.


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