29 April 2010

Mens Designer Swimwear

Men who are style conscious away from the beach also care about what they wear to the beach. Whether you want to sunbathe or swim, play or pose, there is a great selection for the beach or pool. There’s much more exciting swimwear designs out there now, that allow more freedom of expression. There are choices today in men’s swimwear that are designed specifically to show off your body. Many guys prefer surf shorts, they fit well, don’t reveal too much and enhance the beauty of the body.

If you are looking for a pair of Surf Shorts then look no further than the following brands of Hugo Boss, Calvin Klein, and Hom. Boss Black Anemonefish floral swim short, this swim short by BOSS Black is styled in light fabric with a tropical floral print. It features an elasticated waist with a drawstring for a secure fit and has side pockets. Then there’s the Calvin Klein woven colour block, long surf short. This short by Calvin Klein is decorated with bold stripes, styled on a waistband that is elasticated at the back and ties at the front. It features a supportive mesh inner brief and has a zip fly, with Velcro fastening pockets that sit at the sides and the rear. Hom’s range of swim short, trunks, and board shorts for men are high fashion, flamboyant and sexy, so it’s hard to choose one style. Clearly a lot of men have been looking for something with that little bit of extra design flair and with this cool beach range they’ve most definitely got it.

You’ll never guess what you guys can buy now? Male enhancement swimwear. Just as women choose to use swimwear designs that create the image of a larger fuller bust, men are choosing swimwear designs that specifically enhance and accentuate how full the front pouch looks. Guys, this is cheating but if you must beat us at our own game, then fair play.
This enhancement is accomplished using inside hidden sleeves, rings, straps and other clever engineering feats to make the man’s equipment look as large as possible. This area of men’s swimwear design is one of the fasted growing trends. Sheer men’s swimwear designs are an interesting new trend. There are many types of sheer swimwear designs including suits with micro holes that blend the colour of your skin with the fabric and from just a few feet away the swimwear appears to be made of a solid colour or two toned fabric, other sheer suits offer patterns to confuse the eye but upon close inspection everything underneath the fabric can be seen.

In the fashion world mens swimwear styles change, therefore, it is important to stay ahead of what's current. The best way to keep up with what’s happening at the waterfront is by checking out the online retailers listed above or the men’s swimwear blogs for style, price and swimwear issues.

21 April 2010

Alexander MQueen- “The hooligan of English fashion and adored by many”

Every day is a fashion show and this world is your runway, we live in a fashion dream world we’re you can become anyone or anything you like.
Here, amongst the Fashion World we were devastated by the news of one of the most influential fashion designers of all time. He was the creator of original designs, along with a handful of other designers, including Calvin Klein, Christian Dior and Vivienne Westwood. He expressed this thoughts and fantasies through his fashion shows.
He described himself as the “pink sheep of the family”. He was the son of an East End taxi driver, he rose from an apprenticeship on Savile Row to become one of the world’s most respected fashion designers. Aged just 20, McQueen spent time working for designer Koji Tatsuno before moving to Milan. On his return to London in the early 1990s his profile rose when his own line of low “bumster” trousers were launched. In 1994, he applied to London’s Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design. After receiving a masters degree in fashion design, his entire collection was bought by the influential stylist Isabella Blow.
The fashion legend was named British Designer of the Year four times, counting endless A-listers and fashionistas amongst his fans. He has also been awarded the CBE. By the end of 2006, he had boutiques across the world, including in London, Paris, New York, Milan, Moscow and Beijing. But last week we heard that Lee Alexander McQueen was working on a men’s underwear collection before he died this February 2010. Photographed by Alasdair McLellan, he took inspiration from old black and white abstract photography. We love the tattooed male model on the look book cover with Alexander McQueen and the iconic skull logo on his naked body.
The launch Autumn/Winter 2010 collection comprises of four ranges – Basic, Fashion, Sleepwear and Loungewear. To mark the launch, a limited edition Charity Red Boxer will also be released, adorned with skull shaped ribbon embroider detail and a skull waistband. A percentage of the sales will go to various Aids charities around the world.
Alexander McQueen men’s underwear Autumn/Winter 2010 collection:
The Basic range offers boxers, briefs and vests which will be available in white, black, grey and navy. This includes an all over skull print or plain colour, and incorporates a variation of narrow or wide detailed waistband and feature embroidery.
The Fashion series draws inspiration from iconic McQueen prints and details. Updated seasonally to include fresh designs, the range will feature key signatures from past and present collections. The launch collection offers the feather print, x-ray, degradé, and the most recent bone prints.
The Sleepwear comprises of luxury pyjamas and boxers and is inspired by the traditional gentlemen of Savile Row. The range is available in a cotton plain colour, silk and cotton blue feather print and for a more luxurious feel, a silk skull jacquard, a design already seen in silk accessories such as cravats and ties.
The Loungewear draws on military wear, incorporating lightweight jersey fabrics into long johns and classic Henley tops, and fleece for the hooded asymmetrical cardigans and track pants.

01 April 2010

Buy your men’s underwear the easy way

Visiting store after store to find the right men’s underwear can be a tedious experience. Due to developments within the men’s underwear industry, there are many different styles of men’s underwear available. This is advantageous for men because they have a greater chance of finding underwear that suits their personal style, fits comfortably and looks great too. However, the wide selection of men’s underwear can also make deciding on underwear to purchase a difficult decision.

Online shopping is increasing in popularity. Homes have faster internet connections and this is encouraging users to carry out more activities on the web. Purchasing items online can be a quick, easy and enjoyable shopping experience. All kinds of products and items are available online, including designer men’s underwear.

Shopping for men’s underwear online is highly recommended as there are some impressive men’s underwear online stores currently trading. Just because you are shopping on the internet, you don’t have to sacrifice quality and selection. Men’s underwear websites can have a wide selection of different underwear from a range of designers and in different designs, styles and sizes too.

If you want to ensure you find the right underwear for you and find it the easiest way possible, explore the options available online.

The stores represented on this blog all stock high quality men’s underwear from some of the most respectable underwear designers in the industry. Their men’s underwear is available in different styles and sizes so there is something to suit everyone. Some offer designer men’s underwear at fantastic prices... take a peek ;)