Interviews about BDXY

[ Written on March 31 2024 by admin ]

BDXY is the new menswear brand from Luke Evans, his partner and stylist Chris Brown. Here a made a compilation of Evans talks about the new venture.

“We started talking about this a year last September, so it’s been a year and a half in the making,” says Luke Evans, across a wide, round table at his light-filled, lofty penthouse atop one of London’s luxurious apartment complexes. Around us, in his vast kitchen-cum-diner, are trinkets he has collected from film sets, hundreds of candles, and, a collection of primary coloured clothing, which is the reason we’re sat at his dining room table. Evans, along with his life partner Fran Tomas, and Christopher Brown, the stylist of David Beckham) have co-launched BDXY, a brand dedicated to delivering the best men’s separates. “Bold and sexy, that’s what the name means. We wanted to give that amazing feeling of ‘I can conquer the world’.”

Read the full interview at The Gentleman’s Journal

“T-shirts are what actors live in,” says Luke Evans. “I know I do.” The star of The Hobbit and Beauty and the Beast is in his house on the Portuguese Atlantic coast and we’re talking wardrobe malfunctions. Not the sort you might imagine on the red carpet, mind, but the type men the world over experience when they reach for a T-shirt in the morning.

Read the full interview at The Times

When Luke Evans goes on vacation, there are only two things he needs: a good beach and a good T-shirt (okay, and maybe a few other things too, but more on that later).

That’s the inspiration behind the actor’s latest endeavor, an apparel and lifestyle brand dubbed BDXY, which debuted this month with a capsule collection of figure-flattering T-shirts, swim trunks, underwear, candles and seaside-inspired accessories. Playing off the words “bold” and “sexy,” BDXY (pronounced “B-D-X-Y”) launches with a unisex tee as its hero product, inspired by classic Hollywood style.

Read the full interview at The Hollywood Reporter

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