Puma has unveiled the latest fruits of its collaboration with Philippe Starck – a range of sports underwear called Naked. The collection continues Starck’s idea of ‘evolution’ and is promoted with the Super Monkey character first seen in 2004 at the launch of the Puma Starck footwear. The Naked range is made from skin-tight Lycra, with transparent insets to reveal the skin underneath. The products will be available for spring/summer 2007.
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