SIGNS OF THE TIME
Does anybody still ask, "What's your sign?" If so, all guys have to do is flash their wrist. Seah's new luxury men's collection, $125 to $3,200, offers up astrological signs on stainless steel cufflinks with sporty (and removable) leather straps, and watches with diamonds and beautiful leather bands. (He can wear his own sign, or that of someone special in his life.) Look for the line at Danielle B, Manhattan; and seahwatches.com.
These aren't the tighty whities guys wore in grade school. Canadian brand Naked offers briefs, boxers, boxer briefs and undershirts, $36 to $64, in super-comfy, seamless microfiber and cotton (white or black). Founder Joel Primus hatched the idea on a Canadian entrepreneur reality TV show -- and lost. But he launched the biz anyway. A portion of sales benefits Project World Citizen, which builds computer labs in Ghana; at freshpair.com and thenakedshop.com.