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A trio of entrepreneurs from Warrnambool have launched an online underwear business – Juggla Underwear. Luke, 26, and Bianca Kavanagh, 31, and her brother-in-law Pat Robinson, 29, are the co-founders of the new company. The Kavanaghs grew up in Warrnambool and Mr. Robinson in Koroit. Bianca and Pat now live in Warrnambool, while Mr Kavanagh is based in Melbourne. “We created Juggla Underwear because we want men to look good and feel comfortable. Underwear is the first thing you put on in the morning, so it’s important that you feel good from the start” , said Mr. Kavanagh. “Our underwear is made from soft organic cotton, which is antibacterial and moisture wicking, with stretch for everyday comfort, so it’s suitable for all lifestyles. “As we are based in Warrnambool, we want to give back to the community, so we plan to support local causes where we can. We are also partners of 1% for the Planet, so part of our income goes to restoring and preserving the environment. “We are also offering free delivery to people based in the Warrnambool area.” The business launches on Sunday and Juggla Underwear claims to be an Australian design collective focused on providing quality and honest underwear. Mr Kananagh said the Juggla garments were designed on the south west coast of Victoria and consciously created by the trio’s partners internationally. “We believe the natural environment is our most important resource and aim to reduce our environmental footprint wherever possible by providing only what you need,” he said. “Our products come with no frills, in custom biodegradable packaging – no labels, wrappers or boxes, only what’s essential.” We also aim to be responsive to social and topical issues in our community by supporting selected non-profit organizations. organizations. Mr Kavanagh said the trio believed there was a niche in today’s market. “We are not Bonds, Kmart or Target. Juggla is something that can be worn at home, for sports or for work,” he said. “It’s taken a while to get to this point. We came up with the concept in 2019, but due to COVID and supply chain issues, it’s taken until now to launch. “All we ask is that the people of Warrnambool and the district give us a try,” he said. Juggla underwear is available on social media and online. IN OTHER NEWS: Our reporters work hard to bring local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content: Now just a click away with our new app: Digital subscribers now have the option to receive information faster, at their fingertips with The Standard: