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In case you haven't noticed underwear is definitely having a moment. Earlier this fall Bella Hadid hit the streets of NYC sporting a leather jacket, a pair of UGG’s and some loose-fitting underwear, our recent Highsnobiety cover star Julia Fox also stepped out in spring wearing her briefs with an untethered version of a Canadian-tuxedo and Kylie Jenner wore a pair of tighty-whities to attend the LOEWE’s SS23 show.

While we’re certainly not suggesting you brave the outdoors in just a pair of boxers or panties, we fully support the rekindled attention these stars are bringing to underwear. But, you may ask, if you're not going all-out and wearing it as pants, why should you care what your underwear looks like?

Because underwear is the first thing we put on our bodies. Ostensibly, it's our entry point from shapeless meat-sack to style-conscious and self-aware individual. It's how our partners see us, as we make coffee in the morning to get ready for another day of WFH from the couch. Reduced to our nakedness, nice underwear is how we start the fashion conversation with ourselves, so, it's highly worth considering a more cognizant approach to what's going on beneath the drip.

Shop designer underwear below.

CDLP Boxer Briefs 3-Pack

CDLPBoxer Briefs 3-Pack
$63
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When it comes to feeling great in a pair of undies, whether boxers of briefs lyocell is the way to go. Along with its moisture-wicking and anti-bacterial properties, it's also made in a sustainable manner.

Patta Women’s Underwear Brief

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PattaWomen’s Underwear Brief
$30
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Now I have nothing against the classic all-white pair, but depending on your preference black may be the better option. The contrast logo along the waistband gives the briefs a nice touch.

Marine Serre Organic Cotton Ribbed Boxers

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Marine SerreOrganic Cotton Ribbed Boxers
$120
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Sagging is cool but usually looks better when you've got the right branding holding down your nether region. If the folks checking you out aren't up on Marine Serre yet, they'll be getting a great introduction.

Anonymousism Bandana & Solid 2 Pack Boxer

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AnonymousismBandana & Solid 2 Pack Boxer
$104
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Sometimes more actually means more. It's hard to go wrong with a set of boxers, especially when it comes with options like a monochrome pair for your average days, and a paisley one for when you're really feelin' yourself.

Diesel UMBX-Jarl-R Boxers

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DieselUMBX-Jarl-R Boxers
$50
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Loose fitting boxers are great if you prefer to keep things, you know, loose, but there's something to be said about undies that offer a bit of compression. These Diesel boxers fall right into that category and offer comfortability, and protection in a low key, black and red package.

A-COLD-WALL* Core Boxers

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A-COLD-WALL*Core Boxers
$60
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Honestly it's time to move past luxury skater undies and tap into other designers like a A-COLD-WALL*. What you see is what you get, a solid pair of briefs from one of the most innovative designers currently in the game.

AMI ALEXANDRE MATTIUSSI Ami de Cœur Boxers

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AMI ALEXANDRE MATTIUSSIAmi de Cœur Boxers
$120
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For those that truly need a pair of loose-fitting briefs Ami's poplin offering is top notch. I'm sure there's an occasion for these, but if not you can simply indulge in the idea of spreading love wherever possible.

ERL Cotton Boxers

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ERLCotton Boxers
$65
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A little bit color down under never hurts. ERL taps into its get schwifty side for these surfer-themed printed boxers.

CDLP Y-Brief

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CDLPY-Brief
$35
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If briefs are truly your thing then CDLP has got you covered. Its Y-Brief is as minimal as it gets and reduces unwanted moisture for optimal breathability.

Calvin Klein Pack of 3 Cotton-Blend Trunks

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Calvin KleinPack of 3 Cotton-Blend Trunks
$45
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A fresh pair of boxers is a gift to yourself that keeps on giving, but three pairs? Calvin Klein knows exactly we truly need, and the waistband even comes in three colors so no one thinks you're sporting the same pair for days.

Tom Ford Cotton-Blend Jersey Briefs

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Tom FordCotton-Blend Jersey Briefs
$55
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I highly doubt the term 'tighty brownies' will ever catch on (for good reason) but Tom Ford's offering is a pleasure for those of us that can't stand things like white socks or undies.

Off-White™ Three-Pack Black Logo Boxers

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Off-White™Three-Pack Black Logo Boxers
$190
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With all the love that Off-White™ has received before and after Virgil's untimely passing, I'm surprised its briefs haven't become a trend yet. Seriously, step up your underwear game in these and sag just enough so everyone knows you're wearing luxury.

A.P.C. Cabouorg Boxers

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A.P.C.Cabouorg Boxers
$50
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A.P.C.'s all-white offering is as classic as it gets. If you're not one to fret about briefs so much these will make a nice addition.

LGN Louis Gabriel Nouchi Asymmetrical Briefs

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LGN Louis Gabriel NouchiAsymmetrical Briefs
$55
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The tighty whitey upgrade we didn't even know we needed is here, and offers a bit of breathing room opposed to the conventional keep it all together approach. Although these may be asymmetrical for aesthetic purposes, I'm sure they function just the same, if not better than most traditional pairs.

JW Anderson Tom Of Finland Edition Briefs

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J.W. AndersonTom Of Finland Edition Briefs
$175
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Some things speak for themselves and these briefs are definitely amongst those things. If owning a pair of collaborative undies with gorgeous graphics is on your bucket list, look no further.

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