What’s foreplay if not a job interview conducted in your underwear? And for that, a pair of baggy, faded boxer shorts isn’t going to cut it.
Enter Tommy Hilfiger’s new ultrafitted underwear collection, the American brand’s solution for a new generation of guys who demand gym–office–playtime–bedtime versatility from the one article of clothing they’re forced to wear with just about everything.
First unveiled in this fall’s ad campaign featuring fiery Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal, the new line ($26 to $30, tommy.com) includes white, navy, and black trunks, briefs, boxer briefs, and low-rise trunks (arguably the best for showing off that six-pack you’ve been working on) made of a sleek, modernist four-way stretch microfiber, or trunks and briefs in a more familiar—but still fitted—stretch cotton. (And be advised: They’re all no-fly zones.)
As a finishing touch, the svelte microfiber waistband has been branded with the iconic Tommy Hilfiger logo to remind you (and any lucky spectator) that you’re wearing an American classic.