Malan Breton HOMME to Introduce Underwear at New York Fashion Week Men’s

As more men are rediscovering their bodies, so are menswear companies looking to accentuate this new body conscious trend. The most important part of the man’s wardrobe, his underwear. For Spring Summer 2016, Malan Breton HOMME introduces a line of underwear made of bamboo, silk and cotton fibers. Concluding five years of research, fashion designer Malan Breton, created the perfect shape, one that will give ultimate comfort to the everyday man.

The Bamboo fibers offer moisture control, where the silk fibers are softest to the skin.

Malan Breton is quoted as saying “this collection of underwear is not only functional, and impeccably crafted, It moves with the man like a second skin, this is particularly important to me in my active lifestyle.”

With a long roster of celebrity clients Malan Breton is creating the most perfect elements for men to build the perfect wardrobe, as they physically develop their perfect form. Breton launched his menswear label in 2009, his garments are known in the industry for their unique use of colour, pattern, and impeccable quality, what more could you expect from someone whose knowledge of menswear was learned at a British heritage brand by appointment to HRH the Prince of Wales.

This is not your father’s undergarment…

Malan Breton:

Malan Breton is the designer and creative director of Malan Breton HOMME. He is an Alumnus of the Juilliard School. Malan Breton was born in Taipei, Taiwan; he currently resides in New York City. Designing since the age of 11. Breton got his start in menswear at the British heritage brand, Turnbull & Asser. Malan Breton, the brand is noted among the top three hundred luxury brands in the world. Ranking top 20 of the top 200 fashion brands in the world, for its social media presence.

Some of his celebrity clients include: Ariana Grande, Keith Carradine, Scarlett Johansson, Kerry Washington, Michael Buble, Martha Plimpton, Minnie Driver, Kylie Minogue, Katrina Bowden, Desmond Child, Sam Witwer, Omar Sharif Jr, Frankie Grande, Paul Wesley, and Nolan Gerard Funk.

In 2015 Malan Breton received the Taiwan Award, an honour given to him by the President of Taiwan. Breton took on the role of film director for the award winning film “Malan Breton – A Journey to Taiwan.” The NYCIFF presented the Award for Best Documentary Film and has elected to submit the film to the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences for The 88th Academy Awards consideration. Malan Breton also won the 2014 European Fashion Council “Eirene” Fashion Award, and the 2014 “Fashion Icon of the Year” award from the UCOF. He was nominated for 2011 WGSN Global Fashion Award, as the designer of the number one rated NBC game show with 14 million weekly viewers “Minute to Win It”. He also became the first designer, in the history of fashion, whose designs were part of a packaging deal with XBOX 360, Nintendo Wii systems, and ZOO for the video game “Minute to Win it”.

From 2008 to 2014 Malan Breton served as a mentor to the Smithsonian – Cooper Hewitt Teen Design Fair. As a mentor Malan Breton has also lectured at Princeton University, and FIT. Malan Breton was the subject of a six part series on Bravo TV titled “The Malan Show”.

As a Philanthropist, Malan Breton has dedicated efforts to amfAR, and Care and Share India (Malan Breton closed the NASDAQ, to bring awareness to this organization).

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