For the Men’s Winter ’13 collection, French underwear brand, Pull-In was highly inspired by the Pop art from the ’50s to the early ’70s. Made up of three looks from that period, the brand channeled their inner Andy Warhol for the Pull-In Tomatup trunk.
Their take on Warhol’s classic “Campbell’s Soup Cans” painting is a bit modernized. Using a bottle that is the same shape as a Heinz Ketchup bottle, they have switched out the name for, “Pull-In Strawberry Sirup.” You can see images of the bottles printed askew on the trunks against a white body for an extra pop. The trunks ($39.99) are made form 87% polyester and 13% Lycra, and have a wide white elastic waistband with Pull-In’s name printed on the front. The trunks come with a seamed crotch pouch and seat in contrasting black stitching. Who is your favorite artist from the Pop art period? Let us know by commenting below or tweeting @underwearexpert.
The Pull-In Tomatup Trunk is available in sizes XS-XL.
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