Tuesday, April 12, 2011

New Brand: M-N Underwear

M-N is brand new company on the men's underwear scene, based in Mauritius the brand is heavily influenced by the mix of cultures, colors, and histories that exist there - there are African, Indian, and European influences on the island.  The brand is currently being sold in Mauritius, South Africa, Japan, UK, and soon to be sold under license in the US.  If you are in the US you of course can order online now through their website.  The brand is owned and designed by Richard Bennett, who is from the UK and has had many years of fashion design experience.  The overall look of the brand is bold, mixing at least two contrasting colors on every pair.  

There are three main lines, the  ZOM range which is simple and basic at an accessible price-point.  This range is young and stylish and is made from a cotton/elastane blend.  Then there is the AZURE range which is the mid-priced range.  This is also made of cotton/elastane and is what I would call the fun range of the three.  It incorporates lots of fun prints and patterns for a very bold, in your face look.  It comes in tight boxers (read boxerbriefs), trunks, and briefs.  And finally there's the G-SPORT range.  This is the more athletic range with high contrast, simple color-blocked designs.  The fabric on this range is made from bamboo and is designed to be extra supportive for sports.  This range comes in tight boxers, briefs, and strings (read thongs). 

I really love this brand and have had the chance to try a couple pairs.  So far I'm really enjoying them, I have to say the G-SPORT range has some of the softest waistbands that I have ever felt.  The bold colors and designs look very fashion-forward and with it.  People will definitely turn for a second look when you're wearing M-N.  


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love the brand it's so cool and comfortable. In fact I am wearing one of their pants now ;-))

UMan said...

I'm wearing them today too!

modelpria said...

I love the brands, and I love who wearing them too...