Renowned Australian photographer Pedro Virgil’s Cocksox Editorial for S/S15 if finally here. You’ve seen the brand’s bright summer colors, and the sexy new CXSH Sheer Range. You saw the method to Virgil’s magic in a steamy behind the scenes look. The new Cocksox Editorial take the brand’s S/S15 Collection’s underwear and swimwear to a luscious beach. Featuring model Pablo Teijeiro, this is exactly what a Cocksox summer is supposed to look like.
The CSX06 Drawstring Swim Brief and CSX77 Retro Swim Brief are the most revealing swimwear styles featured in the Cocksox Editorial. Both swim brief designs have sporty drawstrings and narrow cuts, the Retro Swim Brief slightly wider for an old-school, athletic style. Both swim briefs made from chlorine-resistant Italian Lycra to ensure bolder color variations never fade. For even more sex appeal, both the Drawstring Swim Brief and Retro Swim Brief are designed with contoured pouches for an enhanced silhouette.
Things get even hotter for the Cocksox Editorial when Pablo’s shot in the CXSH Sheer Range. He models the CX16SH Sheer Bikini Brief in Black and the CX68SH Sheer Trunk in Aqua Splash. Both styles are made entirely from see-through sheer for a highly provocative tease. Where the Sheer Trunk has a modern square cut and a contoured pouch, Sheer Bikini Brief leaves your thighs entirely exposed and the brand’s original pouch design. Even more enhancing than their contoured pouch, the original Cocksox pouch lifts your junk upward and outward. It gives Pablo’s package as much definition as his muscles, and show a sexy sense of style.
Some of the brand’s latest designs are also featured in the Cocksox Editorial for S/S15, Pablo sticking to new seasonal colors. The CSX68 Trunk is featured in Purple Funk and Ghost Grey. Pairs in Cocksox’s Purple Funk color variation with an orange contrast that makes the name all the more appropriate. Ghost Grey also has plenty of life with dark pink contrasts. It gives the Ghost Grey variations a toned down design, but with plenty of fashion sense.
The quintessential CX01 Brief also makes it into the Cocksox Editorial. Made from a high performance fabric, it contours to ever curve Pablo has to offer. It’s designed with what else but the brand’s original pouch, and an unlined cut that leaves little to the imagination. Pablo models the brief in Melon. Like a deeper, warmer pink, it’s a refreshing color in a sexy cut. Check out the Cocksox Editorial below, and see why a Cocksox summer guarantees record breaking temperatures. With seasonal colors and see-through fabrics, there’s no going wrong.
Which underwear design caught your eye in the new Cocksox Editorial? Did the brand’s latest swimwear leave a harder impression? Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting us @underwearexpert.
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Photo Credit: Pedro Virgil
Model: Pablo Teijeiro
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