Amazingly hot as always, it's Scott Eastwood for Flaunt by Greg Lotus.
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Stripes can go in several different directions. The epitome of striped underwear would register as something for a casual businessman—mid-thirties or older. They’re more mature and often designed in dark, neutral tones. This Underwear Expert exclusive photo shoot by Jerrad Matthew captures 13 pairs of striped underwear on model Jared North. It’s a testament to the versatility of a “simple” pair of striped underwear.
The more classic designs come from brands such as Blackspade and Calvin Klein. Blackspade plays with the width of its stripes for a contemporary take on the most classic stripes. The Calvin Klein boxer brief, on the other hand, is an optical illusion. It looks purple, but it’s really a weave of cobalt and red orange stripes.
James Tudor and Aware Soho, both British underwear brands, take black and red stripes, and contrast them with white waistbands. The sexy pair with a zipper fly is from the Male Power Radial Sport Collection. The stripes are a dual tone and placed on the back burner. Not to imply that the burner isn’t on high. The stripes zip zag for a unique twist, and one that enhances the underwear’s shape.
Billionaire ex-couple and current business partners Dolce & Gabbana have continued to spew their truly backwards opinions on gay issues. I've said before: Gay people are so demanding that straight female divas work on behalf of our cause, yet look at these buffoons, raking in money and having the temerity to dismiss gay parents and marriage equality. Of course the right to marry does not affect the rich. So disappointing. Reminiscent of when Elton John used to be against gay marriage (in favor of civil unions). The parenting stuff is just medieval church talk.
They're simply wrong.
This is a shocker, and a Vanity Fair article needing to be written: Now Kathy Griffin is leaving Fashion Police...after seven whole episodes! Griffin says:
“After 7 episodes of Fashion Police, I discovered that my style does not fit with the creative direction of the show & now it's time to move on. I wish E! and the E! team only the best and I hope to continue to make you all laugh performing live or on television where I can be smart, irreverent, unrepentant and unafraid in an observational way that is candid, honest and justified. Thank you to my fans for taking this ride with me.”