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It’s Throwback Thursday at The Underwear Expert, and, today, we are looking back at one post you probably enjoyed last night and hoped to forget in the morning. That’s right, we are revisiting a post about Grindr, a “dating” app for men in the LGBT community.
It wasn’t just any post about Grindr. Back in Aug. 2012, Interview Magazine released an editorial entitled “Brief Encounters.” In the editorial, Interview fashion director Miguel Enamorado styled well known models in underwear and placed them within the infamous yellow Grindr frame.
It was great to see that most of the models were in fact online and ready for some discreet conversation. Unfortunately, as stated in Grindr’s community guidelines, pics in underwear are a no go. So, if you are looking for a male model on Grindr, you’ll probably have to deal with a headless torso.
Relive the gallery of Interview Magazine’s editorial take on Grindr below. Which model do you wish was on Grindr? Let us know in the comments or by tweeting @underwearexpert.
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Photo Credit: Interview Magazine