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Lakeview-based men's skivvies designer Richard Dayhoff has created a new ecofriendly state-of-the-art Performance underwear collection. Made from recycled Japanese poly fibers, the eco-friendly moisture management system rapidly transports perspiration to the outer surface; therefore the inner layer remains dry making his Performance line the ultimate sportswear underwear. This keeps the fabric feeling fresh and lightweight, not to mention its ability to retain its shape due to the incredible memory of the fabric. The Richard Dayhoff performance underwear collection will be featured (on a model like this) with accessories by Tracey Mayer at the Vert Couture Fashion Show in Millennium Park as part of Fashion Focus. If you can't wait until then, you can head on over to Richard Dayhoff's Facebook to see more of the future in Performance underwear.
· Richard Dayhoff [Facebook]