Mr Porter launches second Mr P collection
Mr Porter – the online style haven for the sartorially-driven man – last year decided that simply flogging clothes wasn't enough.
It put its designers to good use, and came up with its very own collection. Dubbed Mr P (for obvious reasons), the collection was evidently successful enough to warrant a sequel, and this February Mr Porter will drop its spring/summer collection of read-wear.
The collection spans 23 items, with standout items including suede and khaki jackets, wide leg chinos and two-tone knitwear – all in muted brown, grey, green and orange hues. Most of the clothes hail from Italy, with select items made in Portugal. Denim and patchwork clothes are all produced in Japan (apart from Sushi, Japan is fast becoming the home of denim wear).
Mr P's spring/summer collection was inspired by the 1960s Californian care-free attitude apparently, so take that as you will.