Emporio Armani Underwear Spring Summer 2014: Luca Dotto is chosen for the spokesmodel

After David Beckham, Cristian Ronaldo and Rafael Nadal Emporio, Armani Underwear Spring Summer 2014 chooses the Italian swimmer Luca Dotto for posing on its ad campaign photographed by Giampaolo Sgura. Here are the pictures of the backstage of the new underwear collection.

Emporio Armani Underwear SS'14 Luca Dotto posing for Emporio Armani

Giorgio Armani has chosen then the vice champion of the world 50-meter freestyle for the young line of Emporio Armani Underwear spring summer 2014. We show in this article the images that immortalize the swimmer athlete icon Luca Dotto, in an interview with Vanity Fair he claims not to feel anything for a sex symbol as his predecessors. Discover the first highlights of the men’s fashion fall winter 2014 2015 during Pitti Uomo that we will see in the next few days.

In addition to the famous line of Emporio Armani Underwear Spring Summer 2014, Luca Dotto has also posed for the eyewear brand campaign that has been launched since the last December 2013 on billboards of the most important cities. Luca Dotto, the Venetian swimming champion thus passes from being a sex symbol in the world of sport to be so as a model for a prestigious brand like Emperio Armani. See also our selection of Fendi women’s beachwear collection SS 13-14 where we will see all the swimsuit trends for next summer.

The intimate of Emporio Armani undershirts characterized by the elastic waistband logged consists of different models: briefs, boxers, T-shirts and socks in different colors to show off the basic look of each underwear type. The price of the intimate Emporio Armani Spring Summer 2014 is between € 25 and 60 depending on the model chosen. Pending the arrival in stores and online shopping sites on the luxury official video contained inside the tunnel at the end of the article: a preview and a chance to make the comparison with the previous testimonials. The examination of the model, Luca Dotto according to us is more than athlete icon, what do you think?

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