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Several underwear brands have released navy blue underwear looks recently. Navy blue is a neutral hue—a blue that’s allowed to go where other colors aren’t.
by Eric Ramirez 2xist, Adrian C Martin, Baskit, Björn Borg, Blackspade, BR4SS, Calvin Klein Underwear, Clever, Daniel Morales, dasoul, Derek Rose, Diesel, Emporio Armani, Fabio Illada, Freedom Reigns, Funky Trunks, Geronimo, Hamilton & Hare, JM, Kim Denzler, Leo, Levi's, Mosmann, Naked, Papi, Perry Ellis, Puma, Rufskin, Single, Smuggling Duds, Tani, Underwear Trends, WoodRead More
We appreciate a lazy day and in the latest photo editorial of Carlos Gomez by Marco Ovando, Carlos lets the day slip by in this season’s best long johns.
by Michael Kleinmann 2xist, Andrew Christian, Björn Borg, Carlos Gomez, Cocksox, Emporio Armani, Junk Underjeans, Marco Ovando, Marek+Richard, Models, MyPakage, Pact, Papi, RufskinRead More
If you want to feel extra fancy in your underwear, give the Emporio Armani Printed Fancy Stretch Cotton Trunk a try! This is a limited edition design!Read More
Get in style with the Emporio Armani 2pk Fashion Stretch Cotton Trunk made in two trendy colors, Fluo Green and Charcoal. This is fashion at its finest.Read More
From Halloween underwear to long underwear great for late night chilly runs, read below for our roundup of this week in men’s underwear, October 2 2014.
by The Underwear Expert Andrew Christian, aussieBum, Björn Borg, Calvin Klein Underwear, Emporio Armani, Mack Weldon, Marco Marco, Mundo Unico, New Arrivals, Tommy JohnRead More
Check out the greatest from brands like Andrew Christian, Emporio Armani, CellBlock 13 and Perry Ellis in this week in men’s underwear – August 6 2014.
by The Underwear Expert Andrew Christian, aussieBum, Bodyaware, Calvin Klein Underwear, CellBlock 13, Emporio Armani, Jor, Mack Weldon, New Arrivals, Perry Ellis, Tactics, Timoteo, Tommy JohnRead More
More About Emporio Armani
Emporio Armani is a label of high-end, luxury fashion clothing under the Giorgio Armani brand, founded in 1975. Emporio Armani is the only Giorgio Armani line that is mainly designed by Armani himself and has a spotlight at Milan fashion week every year.
In 1982, Giorgio Armani launched the worldwide campaign of Emporio Armani Underwear and Swimwear collections for men and women. The brand later introduced the Emporio Armani Underwear collection to the United States market in 2007.
“In the past, the marketplace has been dominated by American brands,” Giorgio Armani, one of the most celebrated and influential designers from Italy, said in a statement. “With my Emporio Armani Underwear collection, I am looking forward to giving customers a different perspective based upon my point of view of design, fabrication and fit.”
Emporio Armani Underwear for Men offers a collection of styles that include:
- Boxer Briefs
- Long Underwear
The styles are offered separately or, in some offerings, as 2-packs. For ultimate comfort and stretch, Emporio Armani Underwear for Men presents a range of soft, modern fabrics such as stretch cotton, stretch microfiber, pima cotton and stretch modal.
Featured on the waistbands of all the ranges for Emporio Armani Underwear Men, the Emporio Armani logo depicts an eagle that is looking in the right direction. The eagle symbolizes the brand’s supreme quality, excellence and feat, hence making it an everlasting emblem. Almost all Emporio Armani Underwear Men logos use the same basic black and white color palette, giving them a natural, striking and classier impression.
Emporio Armani Underwear for Men showcases a black-and-white marketing campaign that has featured international icons and football (soccer) stars Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham.