Versace Mens Underwear Models and Celebrity Fans. This post is for Famewatchers, like our friend Kevin, who like them their Versace male underwear models as well as famous men or celebrities spotted wearing Versace briefs or boxers or whatever it is that the designers of the Italian fashion house is producing these days. Let’s start with Lithuanian professional hockey player Mantas Armalis who – like rugby pro Ben Foden – does some modeling on the side. Here’s Mantas on the runway for Versace’s Spring Summer 2013 menswear collection. Mantas also walked during the Versace Fall/Winter 2013 and Spring/Summer 2014 fashion shows. Our next Versace maleRead More →
Ben Foden Underwear Photos. Let’s add Northampton Saints rugby player Ben Foden to our group of celebrities in Versace outfits. Doesn’t he look awesome in his Versace boxer briefs. Its worth noting though that our rugby jock is not a one-underwear-brand man because he’s also wearing other brands in the next photos. Here’s Ben wearing Diesel underwear. We are not fans of low waist sagging jeans but we make exceptions to guys like Ben. Hehe. Do we see a Dolce and Gabbana label in our rugby hunk’s underwear below? By the by, these photos are courtesy of Attitude Magazine which had the EnglishRead More →
The fabulous Angelina Jolie continues to promote The Tourist in Europe. Her Fabulousness is, according to Just Jared, wearing a “Swarovski encrusted top with a full black pleated velvet skirt and a velvet shawl, all from Atelier Versace”. Pretty cool, no? These photos were taken during the Madrid premiere of The Tourist at the Palacio de los Deportes. Earlier, our Angie wore a Versace dress during the New York premiere of her movie.
Aside from Angelina Jolie, other famous Hollywood celebs have been spotted wearing (and, we must say, rocking) their Atelier Versace gowns. For instance, here’s the gorgeous South African beauty Charlize Theron in a Atelier Versace Fall 2008 Dress. The Oscar-winning actress (for the 2003 film Monster) wore this fabulous silvery gown to the Venice Film Festival 2008. More…Read More →