LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Gaggles of male models were out and about in Los Angeles Wednesday morning wearing little more than their boxers -- all for a good cause, of course!
It's part of a nationwide drive called "Suit Off My Back" happening at more than 900 Men's Wearhouse locations, including four stores in Los Angeles.
The models were strutting their stuff at the Hollywood and Highland MTA Station, the Dolby Theater and along Rodeo Drive.
The event aims to encourage people to donate professional clothing to help the unemployed get ready to "suit up" and rejoin the workforce.
Men's Wearhouse is collecting gently used mens and womens suits, shirts, jackets, ties, belts, and shoes.
This is the fifth year of the event, and the goal is to collect more than 110,000 clothing items around the nation.
All suits that are donated in L.A. will stay in the area and go to local non-profits working to help unemployed people find jobs.
Male Models Strip Down for "Suit Off My Back" Event
Male models strut their stuff for "Suit Off My Back." (KTLA-TV)