He’s traded his orange jumpsuit for the haute couture runway of Milan.
And all eyes were on ‘Hot Felon’ Jeremy Meeks as he walked in fashion designer Philipp Plein’s Men’s Fashion Week show in the Italian city on Saturday.
The chiseled 33-year-old smoldered as he strutted down the catwalk shirtless, flaunting his collection of intricate tattoos and toned abs.
Showcasing his muscular physique, he slipped on a pair of low-slung moto inspired khaki slimfit trousers.
The form-fitting trousers hugged his slender hips while displaying his Philipp Plein boxershorts as he posed for photos backstage.
Adding to his laidback look, he adorned his feet in a pair of black Nike high-tops which offset his flesh-flaunting appearance.
Elsewhere, he slipped on an eye-catching tee for the catwalk show, while he carried a motorcycle jacket in his hand and rocking an unlit cigarette behind his ear.
The blue eyed looker showed off his muscular, tattooed arms by rolling up the sleeves of the black tee adorned with a bedazzled tiger.
Adding to his Rebel Without A Cause air, a boxy cigarette pack could be seen tucked beneath his right sleeve.
Meeks’ modeling career was sparked after his mugshot went viral in 2014 when it was posted on the Stockton Police Department’s Facebook.
His viral fame earned him a contract with White Cross Management and he now boasts 1.1million followers on Instagram.
The Northern California native made his runway debut at Plein’s New York Fashion Week show in February, where stars like Kylie Jenner, Madonna and Paris Hilton were watching from the audience.