Mr P., the own-label brand from award-winning online men’s style destination MR PORTER, launches its eighth capsule collection this month. Exclusive to MR PORTER, Mr P. is comprised of everyday essentials available year-round, alongside trend-led seasonal pieces delivered five times a year.
Mr P.’s latest capsule encompasses 56 high-spring and early-summer pieces across ready-to-wear, footwear and accessories. Led by Mr P.’s guiding maxim – easy pieces, smart details, enduring style – the spring/summer collection includes a range of iconic menswear styles reinterpreted through modern silhouettes, quality fabrics and a soft colour palette of pink, green and blue alongside a selection of exclusive graphic prints.
Workwear continues to be a trademark of the brand, as seen in the Striped Chore Jacket and Camp-Collar Seersucker Shirt, while the unlined biker-cut Suede Blouson Jacket in pink and dark green colorways reconfirms the brand’s refined aesthetic. These lightweight outerwear pieces sit alongside early-summer classics including the fine-gauge merino-wool Striped T-Shirt, the Camp-Collar Printed Cotton-Poplin Shirt with leaf and polka dot design and the off-white Cropped Tapered Pleated Trousers in a linen and cotton blend.
Mr P. shorts make a return to the spring/summer collection with 4 different fits in a range of premium fabrications including Italian linen and Japanese selvedge chambray. Having expanded into footwear in September 2018, the latest Mr P.capsule includes 8 limited-edition footwear styles, including the Leather and Suede Slide with an ergonomically-designed foot bed and the Lucien Suede Desert Boot; an unlined, summer-weight variation of the brand’s signature winter boot.
As with every new collection, these seasonal pieces complement Mr P.’s essentials range, comprised of 36 core apparel styles, 6 accessories and 8 footwear staples, available here. Mr P.’s high-summer capsule will launch in early July.
View the existing Mr P. collection at mrporter.com/mrp and follow the dedicated Instagram handle (@mrp).