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Calvin Klein Underwear Welcomes SS21 Season With Minimal Designs

See the full campaign lensed by photographers Ryan McGinley, Quentin De Briey and Durimel.

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Calvin Klein Underwear Welcomes SS21 Season With Minimal Designs

See the full campaign lensed by photographers Ryan McGinley, Quentin De Briey and Durimel.

Shortly after launching its collaboration with Heron Preston, Calvin Klein has now unveiled the Spring/Summer 2021 campaign for its underwear line. The visuals are lensed by some of the hottest names in photography including Ryan McGinley, Durimel and Quentin de Briey.

Highlighting simplicity, undergarments for the new season boast minimalism. Crafted with sustainably sourced materials, designs feature bralettes, bikinis and sleep shorts, as well as trunks and joggers for men. Models including Kaia Gerber and Georgia Palmer are spotted wearing soft bras complete with signature CK branding on the elastic band. Standing out from the collection is a multicolored pattern splashed on select briefs. Elsewhere, women’s offerings include nude and black designs created for optimal comfort.

Peep the full campaign above. You can expect the pieces to arrive at Calvin Klein stores soon.

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