The iconic fashion brand Calvin Klein is debuting its first-ever Super Bowl commercial this Sunday. The commercial features model Matthew Terry and filmed by Fabien Baron. The latest Calvin Klein underwear features 360 degree seamless technology for a new standard in freedom and fit. See the full commercial during Sunday's game, which will air on CBS at 6:30 p.m.
The Calvin Klein 3D Trunks is the best example of "underwear that is meant to be seen". Taking a cue from 3D blockbuster movies that feel like real life, the designs on these stylish trunks take on a life of their own once you put the 3D glasses on. Silky soft microfiber fabric forms a smooth, defining fit that doesn't wrinkle to maximize viewing potential. Ideal for everyday, the Calvin Klein 3D Trunks is also a great choice when you want to score rave reviews.
Each trunk comes with a handy pair of 3D glasses so you (and others) can enjoy the prints: logo cube, pipes, and factory print. A truly unique pair of underwear that any man should be proud to wear.
Behind the scenes at the Spring 2012 Calvin Klein underwear collection "Bold" photoshoot in Joshua Tree. Directed by Steven Klein and Fabien Baron. Featuring Matthew Terry, Myles Crosby, Arran Sly, and Chris Garavaglia.
Calvin Klein Underwear Introduces Advertising Campaign for "Bold" Featuring New Model Matthew Terry.
The striking Spring 2012 Calvin Klein Underwear campaign supports the launch of the latest men’s offering, Calvin Klein Underwear Bold, and was shot by renowned photographer Steven Klein in Joshua Tree, California.
Inspired by the line’s bright colors and daring energy, the campaign imagery captures the strong, sexy and vibrant appeal of the new men’s underwear and sleepwear program and features new model, Matthew Terry, alongside models Myles Crosby, Arran Sly and Chris Garavaglia.
Mr. Terry, who also appears in the Spring 2012 Calvin Klein Jeans campaign, is a personal trainer from Pennsylvania who was discovered in 2011 after being named co-winner of the annual VMAN/Ford Model Search. These represent his first global advertising campaigns.