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French Connection unveils FCUK A/W innerwear line
07
Nov '13
Give your wardrobe the most essential update of the season—with underwear that’s perfect for your personality.

FCUK Underwear’s Autumn Winter 2013 collection features the right mix of innerwear classic and seasonal styles. The collection’s new options in boxers, trunks, hip briefs and pyjamas are the perfect additions to the core range.

The prints on FCUK underwear this season are derived from key themes in the French Connection menswear range—badges and university. Other cool prints are also derived from the bestselling tshirts from the current collection, such as the bulldog and crown logo.

The old favourites – logos and one-liners – get a new season update as well. The ever-popular FCUK logo gets a fresh spin with monogram, serif and dotty styling. And the freshly-minted cheeky one-liner briefs are sure to please FCUK fans again this season.

FCUK Underwear’s core range includes briefs, hip briefs, trunks and top wear that are designed for optimum comfort for the active man. Keeping in mind a man’s essential innerwear requirements, this range of basics is available in colours such as black, blue, white and grey.

About French Connection India

Founded in 1972 by Stephen Marks, French Connection, the edgy, attitudinal, high street British fashion brand set out to create well-designed and fashion-forward clothing with a quirky spin on design. With more than 1,500 outlets across 25 countries worldwide, French Connection is truly a global fashion brand.

Brand Marketing India (BMI), the exclusive licensee for FCUK in India, introduced the brand to the Indian market at the Lakme Fashion Week in April 2007 and has since opened 101 points of sale across 45 cities.

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