MR PORTER Unveils Its Own Label, Mr P.

Boasting essential wardrobe staples.

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The reliable purveyor for menswear luxury products, MR PORTER, has just announced its very own label. Simply dubbed Mr P., the new imprint is set to release five limited-edition collections each year. For every capsule, a bevy of essential wardrobe staples will be offered, including outerwear, tops, bottoms and accessories.

The inaugural MR P. range is inspired by 20th-century British painter and portraitist, Lucian Freud. Moreover, it will be comprised of 60 ready-to-wear products, spanning cashmere knitwear, modernized Oxford shirts, Japanese selvedge denim, water-resistant blazers, and overcoats made of premium textiles, such as virgin wool.

“We like to think we have an unparalleled view of the male wardrobe, garnering the combined knowledge of our buyers and editors, and MR P. is ultimately the result of that: smart details, easy pieces, and enduring style,” said Toby Bateman, managing director at MR PORTER.

Take a look at select styles from Mr P.’s first capsule above and expect an official release at MR PORTER’s official website.

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