Francis’ underpants vs David Beckham boxers: the revolt of man

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Yes, we were sort of fed up with H&M advertising, presenting a gorgeous and tattooed Beckham, all over the world. A bit too easy and unrealistic for us: a precious groomed man, a **** that you could imagine through the black & white processing…It seemed a lot like what women suffer from with Photoshopped pictures of models.

But a French man uprose. Francis, thanks to the Slip Français (a very popular and trendy underpants brand in France), decided to revolt.

Francis launched an amazing concept called “Sliptime Around The World“. What sounds like a joke is actually a very inspiring and freeing initiative to better consume and better consider our self-esteem.  And you readers are lucky: we’ve interviewed him.

Sliptime Around the World: what’s the big idea?

Sliptime is first and foremost a sort of resistance: wearing underpants when you’re a regular guy, in natural landscapes. It goes against the diktat of boxers, which are highlighted in ads, using professional models.

Is it the new “punk” to wear underpants all over the world?

I don’t think so. I don’t consider it like that. And it’s not really new: I’ve started the project in 2007.

How did you start your collaboration with Le Slip Français?

Last year, I discovered Le Slip Français and I immediately loved their work: humor, young, dynamic, fresh. It totally suits my Sliptime Around The World. I sent an email to Guillaume (the founder of Le Slip Français) and he quickly endorsed me.

What can we wish you?

To keep on discovering beautiful landscapes, with my underpants!

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