A week before April Fools' Day, American Eagle has come out with a line of underwear promoted by relatable guys with dad bods, beer bellies, and body hair.
Miley Cyrus keeps her armpit hair long and likes to show it off on Instagram (although she’s mysteriously a big proponent of the bikini wax), Jemima Kirke showed off her unshaved underarms on the red carpet at the 2015 CFDA Fashion Awards, and pits dyed a color or covered in glitter were both top trends of 2015.
Richard Phillips with The Webster’s CEO Laure Heriard Dubreuil at the cocktail party for THE EIGHTH collaboration. Photo: Courtesy
Bernie’s Briefs, all yours for the low price of $15. Yesterday, the butt of America’s jokes was the sheer number of presidential candidates. Today, it’s a presidential nominee on its butt. Bernie’s Briefs is the brainchild of Alexandra MacLean, Nick Sherman, and Todd Bailey, all of whom work together at a communications firm in Montpelier, VT, Bernie Sanders’s home state. Sanders, who leans the farthest left of the Democratic candidates, has been heard telling late night hosts that he favors briefs over boxers, which was apparently enough motivation to plaster a sketch of his face on the backside of white cotton briefs and sell them for $15 (plus shipping and handling). He must be talking about the campaigns of yesteryear because we’re still over a year away from the 2016 election and so far, it’s been nothing but hilarious. Just yesterday, ABC’s Lara Spencer appeared to have sat on Donald Trump’s lap, Iowa banned The Daily Show from covering the Republican party’s cattle call which led to the greatest takedown of a state to ever hit TV.