Jockey's new campaign is showing what people are made of—literally and figuratively—with emotional videos starring everyday heroes. The campaign, "Show 'Em What's Underneath," includes three real-life inspirational stories, encouraging people to be confident with who they are.
The inspiration for "This Is Wholesome," the phenomenal, very un-Droga5-like campaign that the agency created for Honey Maid this year, came on a playground in New York's East Village.
Vintage. Classic. Throwback Thursday (#tbt). Flashback Friday (#fbf). It’s hip to be nostalgic these days.
IDEA: What would Buzz Aldrin do? It depends on his underwear.He did impressive things in the '60s while wearing Jockey briefs—walking on the moon, for one. But imagine what he'd conquer today in more modern undergarments.
What is it that makes a fashion item quintessentially manly? Historian and in-house Brand Genius Robert Klara talks us through the styles that will make a man of you.
Yes, Babe Ruth used to endorse the Jockey brand, but there’s another reason his image appears in a new ad for Jockey Sport underwear that breaks today.