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    SPIROS FOCAS IS VINCE

    Directed by the unique figure of Luchino Visconti in 1960, ‘Rocco and his Brothers’ reframes the socio-political texture of his seminal neo-realist work. This film tells the story of an immigrant family from the south of Italy and its disintegration in the society of the industrial north. Rocco’s brother Vincenzo gives the name to one of our favorite and best seller styles of this season: THE VINCE, a navy polka-dots boxer that reflects that daring yet elegant north italian men look.

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    BOXER UNION PLAYLIST #16

    Our September playlist is dedicated to the Nordic countries. After paying tribute to London, New York and California in our latest playlists, now it’s time for the cold countries in the north of Europe: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. We’ve made a selection of 20 songs that will help us to understand their way of living, through the vision of 20 singers and bands from around the world.

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    BOXER UNION AMBASSADORS: CARLES MEDINA

    Carles Medina is one of the outstanding creative minds of Barcelona. Architect, photographer and clothing designer… Carles is one of the pioneers of a new surf wave working for brands like Raen Optics, Pukas surfboards or Narval wetsuits. / Carles Medina es una de las mentes creativas más destacadas de Barcelona. Arquitecto, fotógrafo y diseñador de ropa… Carles es uno de los pioneros de una nueva ola dentro del surf, trabajando para marcas como Raen Optics, Pukas surfboards o Naval wetsuits.

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    BOXER UNION PLAYLIST #15

    We continue honoring some of our favorite cities with our monthly playlists. After London and Los Angeles, now it’s time for New York. The city that never sleeps has inspired some of the best music ever written and recorded. From Sinatra’s “New York, New York” to Jay-Z’s “Empire State of Mind,” songs about New York City span genres and generations. NYC has inspired odes to its majesty and danger, its punk vitality and all-embracing spirit.

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    ROCK HUDSON IS JERRY

    Rock Hudson is Jerry, a Madison Avenue advertising executive in the first 60s in ‘Lover Come Back’, the second Hudson-Day romantic comedy blockbuster after ‘Pillow Talk’. The actor was also the quintessential Hollywood ideal of American masculinity during the 50s and 60s with a classic and minimalist look as our pinstripe model The Jerry.

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    BOXER UNION PLAYLIST #14

    When we hear of Los Angeles we immediately think about sun, long beaches, tanned bodies and surfing. But the state of California is much more than this, it is also a breeding ground for artists and musicians.

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    LEONARDO DICAPRIO IS JORDAN

    Martin Scorsese and Leornardo DiCaprio make their best partnership until now in The Wolf Of Wall Street (2013). Both are co-producers in filmmaker highest-grossing movie to date. You can’t make a film about nineties Wall Street without drugs, money and cars. But most important of all, you can’t make that movie without good suits. DiCaprio shows us the importance of underwear elegance in one of the funnies scenes of the movie. He wears a plain light blue boxer short (like our BRICK model) meanwhile he is trying to persuade his second wife without success. The crazy lifestyle these guys…

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    BOXER UNION PLAYLIST #13

    Our music playlists get one year old. Coinciding with this anniversary, we create a series of musical songs inspired by some of our favorite cities. We are opening these monographics with London, a city synonymous of mens style and nobility.

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    MICHAEL PITT IS MATTHEW

    ‘The Dreamers’ began life as a novel. ‘The Holy Innocent’ was written by Gilbert Adair as a semi-autobiographical novel in the late 80s. He was also in charge of the screenplay years later for Bertolucci´s film placed in the tumultuous political landscape of Paris in 1968. Michael Pitt plays Matthew, a 20-year-old american exchange student who has come Paris to study french.

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