MR PORTER Presents Third Mr P. Collection of Contemporary Essentials

Spring wares for the warmer months.

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Retailer MR PORTER returns with its proprietary Mr P. clothing line. The collection marks the brand’s third offering.

Keeping in line with providing everyday essentials for the fashion/comfort conscious consumer, the third Mr P. drop arrives in a bevy of seasonal-appropriate shades and materials. Bright oranges and pastel palettes complement the stronger, most versatile monochromatic and basic shades of black, white and navy. Relaxed fits are highlighted, while laidback sportswear is paired with techniques like garment-dying and bleaching to accentuate textures and materials that are lightweight for the warmer months. Mr P. is introducing shorts for the first time into its 34-piece lineup that coincide with short sleeve shirts and polos, while blousons and jackets go well with sweats and chinos should the occasion call for it. Nevertheless, the entire collection promotes wearability with its rugged ‘shipyard’ style, according to the brand.

Pick up pieces from the third collection over at MR PORTER on April 9, and be sure to view offerings from its second collection for more options.

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