The brand PetitQ has been producing a lot of undies this year. This is their seventh mini collection of the year. Most brands only put out 2-3 collections a year. Arthus & Nico have been doing an amazing job growing the brand collection over collection.

When PetitQ first came on the scene, they were about skimpy undies and mesh. While this is still part of their DNA, the boys have grown the collection. They are mixing the masculine and feminine. To me, the last few collections were mixing of Leather and Lace.

Meaning they are taking what are “classical” leather designs and mixing it with lace and other fabrics. This to me is genius. Underwear is about wearing what you feel sexy wearing day in and day out.

One example of this is the Hear Lace Bikini. My take is this is a jock brief that the PetitQ boys put their creative spin on. Mixing the lace in the front and back gives it a fun silhouette. Its available in black and white.

The Riscle Thongs is a new take on a thong. I feel there is an influence of Japanese or Chinese designers. I say this because of the way the back is designed. It’s not a traditional thong. They have created a unique and fun design in the back. Plus the pink color makes it POP!

Lastly, what could be considered classic PetitQ is Lapal Bikini. It’s a regular cut bikini with two colorful mesh side panels. This takes me back to their very first collection. Skimpy and mesh are still being made at PetitQ.

I love the designs the guys are coming up with, in their collections. I hope we will see a lot more creativity from the PetitQ boys. They are not making your typical designs, which is a good thing in the underwear world. See all of the collection at CandymanFashion.


Tim is the founder and editor of Underwear News Briefs. He has been an avid underwear fan since the age of 14! He founded UNB in 2008 and has continued to broaden his underwear love over the years

1 Comment

  1. I have their bikini and it’s great! Very comfy for around the house use.

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