Archive for the ‘Gregg Homme’ Category
We have featured the exquisite work of photographer, Andres Ramirez, in the past to the delight of all of you guys, we’re sure. He really does amazing working with just a pair of sexy underwear and a camera (and of course a hot model).
And so it is, too, this time around. But then, little can go wrong when you have a male underwear model like David Chamero to grace your canvas. And we in particular approve of this breath-taking photo shoot seeing how it features some of our absolute top brands, including 2WINK Australia, aussieBum, Gregg Homme and Modus Vivendi.
The endless string of photos below includes undies styles to suit every taste, including briefs, bikini briefs, jockstraps, and trunks.
If you want to learn more about the work of Andres Ramirez, go to www.andres-ramirez.com.
And now we’ll shut up and let you guys enjoy the photos.
I’ve been a fan of Gregg Homme briefs for a while, but I keep them like a secret stash in the back of my underwear drawer. All of the briefs are very low cut and feature a variety of provocative attributes: big pouches in the front; built in c-rings; sheer, virtually see-through materials; tiny cuts; strings that stretch over the briefs to outline the butt; just to name a few. Gregg Homme isn’t afraid to “go there.” I usually like to wear them under a suit or when I’m scheduled to attend a dull meeting — they remind me that a very sexual man lurks beneath his all-business attire.
So, I was excited to test out the brief from Gregg Homme’s new Target collection and I was very pleased with my experience. Made of a very soft and almost shiny microfiber blend (80% polyamide, 20% spandex), the Target Brief features 2-1/2” sides, full coverage in the back and a large pouch in the front. The military-inspired waistband is in an army green color with black and red accents, and has a small GREGG label on the left side. I don’t typically like bold waistbands, but this one wasn’t overwhelming or particularly loud and actually looked pretty good with the army green-colored brief.
Importantly, it is a very comfortable brief. I wore them to work (under a suit, of course) and just around town and felt good in them all day. Given the large front pouch, however, I did not feel comfortable wearing them to the gym or under loose shorts. But I have other underwear for that.
Notwithstanding the shine of the material, the Target Brief itself isn’t flashy. Maybe that’s what I like best about it. Now don’t get me wrong, the brief exudes sex, so anyone looking for that will not be disappointed. In comparison to some of the other Gregg Homme styles that I have in my underwear drawer, however, it is not cut so low. The focus on fit and styling, rather than gimmicks, made this brief feel a little more grown up. When wearing the Target Brief, I definitely felt the homme in Gregg Homme.
|Style and look?||Low-cut, sheer microfiber briefs with a distinct, military inspired waistband.|
|Suitable for?||Everyday or special occasions (underwear parties, nights in, nights out).|
|Fit and quality?||Low-cut, full coverage in the back and a large front pouch; good quality microfiber fabric.|
|Is the price right?||$36.95 is a bit expensive, but they are made in Canada and the price is pretty consistent with other provocative styles from other brands.|
|Best thing about it?||Comfortable while exhibiting Gregg Homme trademark sexiness.|
|Buy it here||www.internationaljock.com|