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HOM Summer Collection

by Bernardo van Eekhout in Lifestyle & Fashion , 20 mei 2017

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The French underwear label HOM brings an homage to Cuba in its summer-spring collection. The collection is inspired by the 1950s in Cuba, with its exotic plants and flowers, bright colors, and Cuban architecture.

Fluorescent colors can be seen throughout the collection: underwear, swimwear and homewear. In a subtle way, these colors are also incorporated into the prints, and on the hems and waistbands of briefs and boxers.

The HOM collection consists of a number of different lines, such as the Fashion Line, Temptation Line, and the Performance Line. The latter line is designed for men who like to wear the most comfortable underwear while engaging in athletics and other activities, adjusted to the sporting needs of the male body.

Standard in the HOM collection are the basic shorts and briefs under the name: HO1 Model. Available in white, black, grey, and blue. This year, the swimwear collection catches the eye because of its exotic prints on swim boxers.




In the New Issue of Gay News, 323, July 2018

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