Superdry Mens Underwear: Models, Athletes, Celebrities. Huh, did you know Superdry sells men’s underwear? We must admit that we ain’t familiar with the brand at all and that we only heard of it in the early 2Ks when David Beckham keeps wearing (and keeps getting photographed) his chic Superdry leather jacket.
This time we discovered from another top football player, Brazilian star Neymar, that the British label has its own mens underwear line. Apparently, the Paris Saint-Germain forward has inked a three-year deal with Superdry to be the face of the brand’s organic cotton underwear.
Rufskin Male Underwear Models: Who’s The Best of Them All? It’s been some time since we blogged about men posing in their underoos so we decided to do one for Rufskin which, back in the early aughts, was everyone’s favorite brand. Okay, by everyone, we mean everyone in our very small circle of Famewatchers so we can’t really say whether it ever went mainstream as a brand.
Rufskin is definitely more niche than mainstream but the California-based company continues to exist today so it is doing well. Oh, they expanded their product line too because, if we remember correctly, it was mostly about raunchy and risque underoos but they’re now selling denims, sports wear, leisure wear, and accessories like sunglasses.
Anyhoo, here’s our list of models who posed in their Rufskins. We gotta admit that we’re trying to stay in the good graces of our censorious Grandma Akita so we picked the images that is least likely to catch her ire. Haha. Anyhoo, let’s start our list with Logan Swiecki-Taylor who continues to model and who you can find on Instagram @lswieckitay.
Andrew Biernat Shirtless, Underwear, Girlfriend, Wedding. Damn, who’s the beautiful guy on that book cover? Looks like he’s got the most perfect abs in the world! His facial hair is very much on point. And those unbuttoned jeans? Wowza!!!
The beautiful guy, clueless Famewatcher, is Andrew Bernat. He’s the perfect book cover model as you can see but he’s done other kinds of modeling too such as editorials and adverts. In fact, he first came to our attention when we included his photo as a Tom Ford Underwear Model.
Papi Male Underwear Models, Part II. More than a decade later, we are updating this post to bring you more gorgeous guys posing in Papi Underwear. Yup, the brand is still very much around. RIP Ginch Gonch. Unfortunately, we don’t have the names of these models but once we do find out who they are, we’re gonna update this post in the future.
Polo Ralph Lauren Male Underwear Models. We were supposed to publish these a year ago when we published our post on Tom Ford Male Underwear Models but it got lost in the shuffle. Oh well, it’s better late than never, as they say. And sometimes, doing things at a later date is beneficial — at least in the world of blogging — because we have more photos to share.
Anyhoo, let’s check out this group of hunky men who posed in Polo Ralph Lauren underoos, shall we? Because we love our guys with some facial hair, i.e., not too much that it overruns a handsome face, here’s our imaginary beau, Ukrainian actor Oleg Zagorodnii who is giving us a glimpse of his Ralph Lauren underwear. Hey, Oleg, we love you and we love your movie Firebird but what about losing the jeans next time? Hehe.
Dsquared2 Mens Underwear Models. You are loving our posts on Male Underwear Models so let us continue our next installment. This time, let us focus on the guys who modeled for Dsquared2 which we initially thought is an American brand. It turns out that the label was started by Canadian twins Dean and Dan Caten and that it is actually headquartered in Milan, Italy.
Anyhoo, let’s begin with the most current headliner for the brand shall we? His name is Michael Yerger and, if you are a fan of the Survivor reality show on CBS, you might recognized him as one of the castaways on Survivor 36: Ghost Island. He did pretty well for himself and, in spite of the fact that he is not a member of the majority alliance, he went all the way to 9th place. At only 18 years old, he also earned the distinction as the youngest player during the season and, if we are not mistaken, all of Survivor.