Famous Men's Underwear Ads Replaced With "Real Men"
Though we can hardly imagine replacing male models David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, Freddie Ljundberg and David Gandy, the Sun has turned our preconceptions of who needs to model luxe underwear upside down. In a treatise on the disconnection with reality that men's underwear ads seemingly promote, the Sun has replaced "real men" in the aforementioned's most iconic shots.
Above, a "real man" takes the place of David Gandy for his famed Dolce & Gabbana shot. Just as sexy to us!
Here, a "real man" steps in for Freddie Ljunberg's work with Calvin Klein. Sign us up.
(The next two replaced internationally-known underwear models should be obvious)
What do you think, Instincters? Would underwear ads starring "average Joes" work as successfully?