Tags Posts tagged with "brand"

Tag: brand

SuitSupply

Men’s fashion brand Suitsupply is supporting same-sex love with its new Spring/Summer line. Suitsupply, which is a global brand founded in 2000 by Amsterdam resident Fokke de Jong, has revealed its Spring/Summer 2018 line. The collection includes linen cotton blended suits, checked jackets, lightweight bombers, and soft colors to better reflect the warmer seasons. But what you’re all here for isn’t just the clothing, but the campaign that’s marketing them. That’s right, with the new clothes comes a new campaign that...
ad

"Have you been in love more than once?" "Not like this." Deodorant brand Lynx got in the Valentine’s Day spirit with an inclusive spot celebrating all types of love. Lynx, better known as Axe in the United States and Australia, created the ad to get away from the bro-ish, exclusively straight vibe the brand’s cultivated over the past few years. “Men In Progress” sees several couples talking about their relationships, discussing everything from favorite body parts and past infidelities to the moments...
Man’s sheer joy

It’s like Chewbacca mask lady. But with a fan. And who doesn’t like to flip open a new fan, right? A video of a gay man opening up a delivery of a new fan is going viral on Facebook. Why? Because the man, Florida-resident Timothy David Marko II, is just so happy and excited about his new toy. Watch it on Facebook below to see what we mean (be warned: it contains some not-safe-for-work language) Following up the Wednesday posting, Marko has had over...
real men

It’s safe to say every company wants their online ads to go viral, but not quite like this. This weekend, the online menswear shop Jacamo earned the scorn of the Internet for the ill-advised ad above — #RealManRunway — due to its rather hapless and misguided concept. A campaign to find the face of their Autumn/Winter line features a broody male model next to a so-called “real man,” and features the caption: “Real men have balls, not man bags.” Unsurprisingly, the Twitter minions wasted...
ad

Aerie, American Eagle's underwear and lingerie brand, has released a new series of body-positive men's underwear commercials. The brand dropped a series of #AerieMAN campaign videos that introduce Devon, Doug, Matt and Kelvin to the body-posi conversation - just in time for the upcoming release of their men's undies line. It's great to see campaigns like this! Check out these new commercials: "Being an #AerieMAN isn't just being in your underwear, it's about being you," as Kelvin says. "It's about showing yourself, all of...

FEATURED MEAWS

OMG. American actor and model Max Emerson hasn’t been shy about showing off his assets on social media. The 29-year-old previously went skinny dipping and stripped...

God's Own Country is the movie that Call Me By Your Name fans had to answer to when talking with woke gay indie cinema...