tow the Arabesque line with "the discretion of 1,001 nights", the collection's advertising materials say.
Also featuring removable jewellery are the lingerie designs of Jette Joop for the Otto catalogue in Hamburg. The seductive lingerie is colorful in cream blue, mint green and rose.
While Joop says black colurs are an absolute must, other giants among fashion designers continue to put their faith in rose tones and white.
"Coming right along with that are prevalent skin tones and many shades of blue, von Richthofen wrote of the color palette. Prints remain popular as in the past. One features love letters in a nostalgic handwriting, for example.
Bold men also can find fancy underwear designs. Bruno Banani recommends the line Art for the man who is a child at heart. It features a large print motif of blue clouds with redbrick houses and human figures. More mature art lovers are sent toward the Fresco line featuring abstract faces, snappy squiggles and geometric patterns in light colors.
Discreet prints and colors are found on briefs - as an eye-catcher on the cuff, for example. The cut is similar to that Cary Grant wore in the 1940s - no slit up the side seam.
One of the most important trends in men's underwear is on the upper body. "The good ol' muscle shirt is coming back," said von Richthofen.
In the 1980s, pop bands like Depeche Mode and Duran Duran helped resurrect the classic look. Now British musician Pete Doherty, former boyfriend of fashion model Kate Moss, is responsible for the rebirth of the muscle shirt.
There is one difference, however. In today's fashion lingo, the undergarment goes by the name of tank top.
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