Dragontat Zagato (yes indeed, heÂ of Desert Moon ClothiersÂ fame, the very same) recently undertook a complete redesign ofÂ his underwear line, available at Brief Encounter.Â His old styles have been retired, and his new line features all-new fabric patterns and improvedÂ fabric textures.Â As you can see from this small selection, there’s something for everyone, from more restrained patterns to wilder designs that may come as a special surprise to that special someone.Â
Although I myself am a boxer-briefs/trunks kind ofÂ guy, I’m including here several from the briefs collection as well.Â Dragontat knows that a lot of guys like ‘em, even though they’re not my thing.Â All styles come on both the underwear and pants layer for flexibility and convenience.
Shown above, from left to right: Aloha Trunk, Executive Trunk, TrippÂ Trunk, Yok Trunk.
I personally find the trunk style more appealing, but I also think it’s more forgiving of avatar distortion due to extreme (or not so extreme) animations or poses.Â Others may well feel differently about this, but I prefer to have the fabric take the hit and distort slightly rather than have my legs look like a Barbie–er, Ken doll being twisted apart.Â Believe me, it was much more trouble finding poses that worked for the bikinis than for the trunks!
Shown above, from left to right: Groovy Brief, Neo Brief, Hunter Brief, Prowl Brief.
For the first time, DT has also added swimwear to the Brief Encounter line.Â Swimwear comes in bikini and swim short styles, and each features a flexiprim drawstring.Â Like the underwear, all swimwear designs come on both the underwear and pants layer.
Shown above, from left to right: Picasso Bikini in Red (also available in Blue), G.I. Bikini, Chicklets Swim Short, Rough Rider Swim Short.
Briefs and trunks are priced at L$75 each; swimwear is L$150.Â Although not pictured here, the complete line also includes Euro Thongs, Jocks, and Sleepwear.
All these designs and many more are available at theÂ revamped, redesignedÂ andÂ rebuiltÂ Brief Encounter (Yeanim 143, 162, 21).Â This is a new, slightly different location in same region, so don’t use your old landmark–you’ll end up…someplace else.Â