Don't get excited, as I did—Modus Vivendi's new Wide Line is not for the gay-fat of us. Still, check out the guy wearing a (very) little of the line above. Gulp. His name is Daniel Kairouz, and the video after the jump captures even more of him ...
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Photographer: Gastohn Barrios shoots Daian Zubieta in Modus Vivendi's Narrow Line.
From a press release:
One of the main trends in Modus Vivendi's Spring/Summer 2016 collection is the return of stripes. The Greek underwear and menswear brand has just released a new line that features stripes combined with neon accents. The new Narrow Line comprises four styles of underwear and some great looking T-Shirts to wear them with! The underwear styles are briefs, mini briefs, boxer briefs and jockstraps, all of which are available in three colourways, with thin black and white stripes as the base and vibrant, neon waists and trim.
The campaign photographs were shot in the dunes of Pinamar in Argentina by one of today's hottest South American photographers, Gastohn Barrios. The campaign presents a nautical theme and the sexy sailor on shore leave is portrayed by model Daian Zubieta.
See MORE of the model (gulp) here. (Work Unfriendly)
Video by Barrios after the jump ...
(Images by P2Photography for Modus Vivendi)
Modus Vivendi strikes again, this time with its new Flamme line.
From a press release:
Greek label Modus Vivendi releases an innovative and incredibly sexy underwear and menswear line from its extensive Spring-Summer 2016 collection. The new Flamme Line is as hot as it sounds! Four different styles of underwear, playful tanktops and classy shirts made from an extremely soft and lightweight, semi-transparent fabric in three colour tones. The fabric is made in France, rayon based and features a sexy play on transparency with a burnout look.
The highly artistic, conceptual campaign was photographed in Greece by P2Photography. The dramatic and powerful images feature model Alexios Charistos in the new items by Modus Vivendi and a blazing sky taking a leading role.
One more slightly-too-hot shot here. (Work Unfriendly-esque)