The ’60s aesthetic is alive and well in MR PORTER’s latest autumn/winter 2023 collection, delivering a capsule of uncompromising quality, with a twist. This time, the in-house label has gone one step further, crafting the latest collection from responsible materials and bolstering the classics in the process. The release includes 234 polished pieces across ready-to-wear, accessories and footwear, with each piece proving that there is no choice between style and sustainability- for superior fashion exists when they coincide.
The striking colour pairings are undoubtedly a highlight of its autumn/winter collection, featuring burnt orange, jade green, burgundy and shades of sky blue. The tones have been incorporated into eclectic patterns and textures inspired by 1960s creative heavyweights, including Messrs David Bailey, Kenneth Noland and Ms Bridget Riley.
Beyond their usual offerings, Mr P has expanded their evening wear and tuxedo range, now featuring high-toned jacquard, double-breasted blazers, velvet dinner jackets, and an impressive navy cashmere corduroy suit. Suppose that wasn’t enough to excite you; other highlights include monochrome geometric knitwear, wavey printed accessories, unstructured tailoring, refined outerwear, wrap coats and Mr P.’s renowned leather and suede jackets.
“Our design team use the finest fabrics and bespoke prints alongside working with a select network of artisans and craftspeople from around the world to ensure we deliver quietly confident menswear with longevity,” Olie Arnold, style director at MR PORTER said. “From premium wardrobe staples that become daily must-haves to exquisite tailoring and eveningwear, our aim is to offer quality pieces that empower our customers to explore their own style with confidence.”
To coincide with the debuting seasonal collection is the relaunch of Mr Porter’s “permanent edition”- 76 staple styles that provide a sophisticated foundation to a man’s wardrobe, available year-round. The edit has been refined to improve fits, introduce new colourways and utilise more responsible fabricates, offering customers a more considered choice of everyday wardrobe essentials. You can now find cotton t-shirts, organic garment-dyed cotton chinos, ultrafine merino knitwear, and footwear produced using regenerated suede and grape leather.
“Quality, craftsmanship and stylish design are at the heart of what we do at Mr P., so we are delighted to show the progress the brand has made in its ongoing sustainability journey,” Arnold continued.
More than 70 per cent of their latest collection uses responsible materials processes in line with sustainability design guidelines set by YOOX NET-A-PORTER’s Infinity strategy. You can shop the new collection online exclusively at MR PORTER.
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