Back in December I wrote a post and included an infographic about gay men’s underwear preferences that had been created and shared by The Underwear Expert blog, which you can read here.
Earlier this month HuffingtonPost published an article after teaming up with AskMen who surveyed 650 men about their underwear preferences. Below is the infographic that they compiled based on their research.
Interestingly, there was a difference in preference with The Underwear Expert blog that focused on gay men sharing that they preferred briefs (27%) and boxer briefs (22%) to the AskMen / HuffingtonPost survey which found that the overwhelming number of men buy boxer briefs (58%).
Designed by Iris van Herpen and Neri Oxman, printed by Stratasys, Anthozoa Cape and Skirt, Voltage Haute Couture Collection, 2013. Object Connex multiple-materials; 3-D printed. Museum purchase with funds donated by the Fashion Council. © M. Zoeter x Iris van Herpen. Photography by Ronald Stoops.
The Museum of Fine Arts Boston has a new exhibit that opened this past weekend that you may want to check out called #techstyle.
The exhibit is about technology innovations that are inspiring designers, influencing the future of fashion and the way people interacting with their clothing. The exhibition draws on the MFA’s collection of contemporary fashion and accessories, and features key pieces from innovators in the field including a digitally-printed dress from Alexander McQueen’s Plato’s Atlantis collection (Spring/Summer 2010/2011) and Iris van Herpen’s 3-D printed dress (2013) produced in collaboration with MIT designer and assistant professor Neri Oxman. You will experience the cutting edge of hi-tech fashion with special commissions created by CuteCircuit, Hussein Chalayan, Kate Goldsworthy, and Somerville-based Nervous System.
More information about #techstyle, here.
For those who live in Boston and other cold climates, the scarf is a perfect winter accessory. While there are many ways to tie a scarf, below are some popular techniques seen in menswear today. Infographic below comes from tie-a-tie.net.
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Model Garrett Westton wearing Garçon Model underwear – Photo by Travis Lane
Last week I was sent a series of photos of Garçon Model’s latest collection, Elite Sport trunk collection, that was released just before the holiday season last year. I couldn’t resist the opportunity to post the photo above of Garçon Model, Garrett Westton, or to talk about one of my favorite brands of underwear.
The Garçon Model underwear is made from bamboo, which is not only eco-friendly but also incredibly soft and breathable (in other words it keeps your bits drier and feeling fresher). The Underwear expert wrote a post about moisture-wicking underwear like Garçon Model’s Elite Sport a few years ago, here.
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“We edited down to the essentials, then added a hint of athletic accents and modern colors that work in and out of the gym.” – Garçon Model.
The Underwear Expert Blog asked their handsome style report, Jared North, to try on a variety of underwear types and colors based on traditions from different countries. Most of these traditions are meant to bring you either success, health or a better love life in the New Year. Enjoy the video and let me know which tradition you’ll be following when you slip on your underwear Thursday night.
Mode.com has been using this handsome model to make videos that showcase men fashion trends over the past 100 years, and I never tire of their videos. They have recently released their latest in this series New Year’s Style. Watch how the style of dress to celebrate the New Year have changed and in some ways remained remarkably similar in their fun, work-safe video below.
One of my favorite underwear brands, Garçon Model, has released their 2016 calendar which you can download from their website. I’ve shared my birthday month above to tempt you but you can see all 12-months by visiting: garconmodel.com/2016-calendar.