Herbert Jones Has Added D&G Boxer Briefs and Briefs to its Range of Men's Underwear

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 02, 2009 -- Herbert Jones has added a range of D&G boxer briefs and briefs to its existing collection of designer men’s underwear.

Herbert Jones, an online men’s accessories store, currently has a substantial range of men’s underwear from Calvin Klein. By adding D&G, Herbert Jones feels they can offer a different aesthetic and price point. D&G is the more casual line from Dolce and Gabbana, their underwear demonstrating a bold Italian aesthetic. Compared to Calvin Klein, D&G underwear is lower rise on the hips with a tighter fit. The current collection is being advertised by the Italian rugby team, which can be seen in numerous locations such as the London Underground. The players’ sculpted bodies are intended to represent a healthy, clean and masculine ideal of beauty. Herbert Jones now presents a larger collection of men’s underwear, which they will be expanding further with the arrival of Ted Baker.

Herbert Jones offers three different styles of men’s D&G underwear which all feature a closed fly in both boxer briefs (trunks) and briefs. The ‘skin sensation’ is a low rise stretch cotton boxer brief designed for an ultra soft sensation on the skin. It has strong D&G branding on the waistband and comes in black, white and grey cotton. The ‘Active Double Band’ range features D&G’s unique double band waistband and is made from 100% ribbed cotton. The Sport collection is made from extra stretch cotton, containing 10% Lycra. This ensures the underwear retains its shape throughout the day and gives extra support.

About Herbert Jones

Herbert Jones, based in London, offers a range of designer men’s accessories and underwear online. They have selected high quality products from the leading brands such as Calvin Klein and Duchamp-London. Discover unique gift ideas such as crystal cufflinks and silk ties.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 02, 2009 at 10:41 am
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