Archive for the ‘Marcuse’ Category
Marcuse just released their Summer14 collection, this season Marcuse invited Australian photographer Russell Fleming to create another stunning shoots with new model Jay Gemma, at the Gold Coast, Australia.
The 5 new styles are – Champion, Triton, Starz,(Exclusive to Marcuse.com) Woof and Puppy. They are designed with style in mind, and we strongly recommend they are worn to the beach or spa or to a pool party. According to Marcuse, these trunks provide greater comfort than the traditional sports cranked briefs, wash well and turn heads.
Enjoy the pics and head over to www.marcuse.com to shop.
A couple of months back we introduced you to Armando Adajar, a professional photographer based in San Diego, California.
Today we have a brand new set of amazing photos from the Californian.
This time the underwear model of choice is Juan Reyes. The brands portrayed include Clever, Obviously, CURB Wear, Marcuse and Barcode Berlin.
Enjoy the pics.
The weekend is near and as has been custom for a while here on GUB, we have a series of wonderful new pictures by the one, the only, Adrian C. Martin.
This time he has gone to the motherland of men’s underwear and swim wear fashion: Australia!
Here’s he has captured the beauty of a brand that’s well known to us, Marcuse.
But we also get to introduce a new brand today, as Adrian also did a shoot for the fabulous men’s swim wear brand, Manus.
Both brands are modeled by newcomer Samuel Acosta.
Enjoy the pics.
Australian underwear and swim wear maker, Marcuse, has made an impressive impact on us this season.
Back in March we greatly admired their new 2014 swim wear collection, and now the brand has been at it again. Teaming up with photographer, Serge Lee, and one of their favorite models Anatoliy Goncharov, Marcuse just released a breathtaking set of new promo pics from both their underwear and swim wear collections.
And we brought all the new pics – there’s a massive 20 in total! - for you to enjoy below.
If you like what you see, head over to www.marcuse.com to shop.
…and when we say massive, we mean it!
So many pictures have been submitted to us by Andres and his team that we have to split them into two separate posts.
We couldn’t really cut any of the photos from the final blog posts. There were just too many good ones featuring an abundance of our favorite brands, such as Andrew Christian, Aware Soho, Ginch Gonch, Jake Joseph, James Tudor, Joe Snyder, Marcuse And PPÜ Underwear.
Of course the pics were shot by Andres, but we always make a big deal out of letting you guys know about the model, too.
Enter Carlos Gonzalez – a beautiful man with this statuesque and attractive body. He’s 23 and measures 1.80 and was born in Cadiz (Spain). A real man’s man, he’s a motocross fan and has great qualities to make it big as a model. This is his debut working for Andres Ramirez.
Enjoy the pics guys!
We have been great fans of Marcuse for a while now – and our affection is continuously renewed when we see photo shoots like the most recent one below.
This year the Australian underwear and swim wear maker teamed up with Aussie photographer Russell Fleming to shoot for the Marcuse Official campaign, featuring Aussie model Ayrton. The location is in Gold Coast, Australia.
Enjoy the pics and head over to www.marcuse.com to shop. There are – even to us – surprisingly many styles to choose from.
We received this a while back and now we simply must share it with you guys.
The brand is Marcuse, and here we have Anatoliy in Marcuse’s best seller swim brief – WAVE, by photographer Serge Lee. The swim wear is a pair of low rise briefs with multi-colour wave pattern.
Head over to www.marcuse.com.au to see more and purchase the WAVE at AU$49.95.
Enjoy and have a great weekend.
We love Australia. And we love Marcuse.
And with winter still raging on on the Northern hemisphere, we have been seeking refuge in some of the recent photo shoots coming out of Australia where summer, on the other hand, is on full display.
And so it also has been the case with the new photos from Marcuse’s new set of pictures from their official campaign for Australia Summer.
This year they invited Australian photographer Russell Fleming to shoot the pictures in Gold coast beach, located in Queensland Australia. Aussie model, Jackson is the new face for the Summer 2013 – 14 campaign.
For reference, a typical pair of Marcuse briefs is around $16 USD. Check out the entire men’s swim wear and underwear collections over at www.marcuse.com.
We recently received a bunch of new photos once again featuring a bunch of our favorite brands, including aussieBum, Marcuse, 4SKINS and 2eros.
If you want to know more about the underwear model in the photos here are his bio in short: Enrique Rubio is a native of Salamanca (Spain). A model that combines this line of work with – of all things – computer engineering. Enrique is a handsome and exuberant Spanish model with an attraction that passionate.
And there we go. Enjoy the pics, guys.
I think we all understand that different occasions call for different underwear. I often wear Hanro when I want to look polished and Gregg Homme when I’m feeling a little dirty. When I am in a rush, 2xist is a no-brainer and, when I’m in weekend mode, I’ll often reach for John Sievers. The choice goes beyond how any of these briefs fit, look or feel, though. As corny as it may seem, I have some sort of emotional connection with them.
When I tried on two new styles from an Australian company, Marcuse, I didn’t really feel much of anything. I can describe the products: the Marcuse Ultra Brief and the Marcuse Ultra Boxer; both are made of good quality cotton with a small amount of spandex; the styling is attractive, with solid colors, contrast piping and a subtle logo on the waistband. The Ultra Brief is uncomfortably low, especially in the back, and did not seem to mold to my body. The pouch also felt really small. The cut of the Ultra Boxer actually resembled that of a traditional brief and, in contrast to its bikini counterpart, was comfortable to wear to work and while working out. Beyond the facts, though, there wasn’t much feeling. Although the Ultra Boxer and Ultra Brief have good features, for whatever reason, I just did not respond to them.
The best analogy I could think of is an unremarkable first date. The date may be nice and attractive, and have many good qualities, but for whatever reason, I don’t feel much of a connection. Wearing the Marcuse styles was like one of those first dates. Although the Ultra Brief and Ultra Boxer are “fine,” I do not imagine taking the time to get to know them better.
|Style and look?||Very low cut bikini brief and trunk-style underwear with subtle, mature styling.|
|Suitable for?||The Ultra Boxer would be comfortable in most environments — going out, at work or at the gym; the Ultra Brief is suitable for the office or another environment where you are not particularly active.|
|Fit and quality?||Low-cut; good quality 95% cotton/5% elastane blend. The Ultra Brief fit nicely, but the pouch on the Ultra Brief is too small and is cut unreasonably low in the back.|
|Is the price right?||The Ultra Boxer costs AU$19.95 ($18.90 U.S. dollars) and the Ultra Brief costs AU$17.95 ($17 U.S. dollars), which seems reasonable given the fabric and styling.|
|Best thing about it?||Handsome styling.|
|Overall grade||Ultra Brief ★★☆☆☆
Ultra Boxer ★★★☆☆
|Buy it here||www.marcuse.com.au|