Following a slew of winter essentials for its second drop Mr P., the own-label brand from MR PORTER, now launches its third collection with an emphasis on spring.

Spanning 32 pieces overall, the range has an underlining nautical theme with references to iconic watermen, such as French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau and John F Kennedy. For the first time, shorts are being introduced to the line, alongside relaxed tailoring, sportswear, garment-dyed T-shirts and shirts with a color palette of washed-out and sun-bleached tones.

Standout pieces include a matching seersucker blazer and shorts, knitted pique polos, a deep-rib stripe crew-neck T-shirt, a cotton camp-collar stripe shirt, a terracotta worker jacket and an unlined navy blouson.

Olie Arnold, Style Director of MR PORTER shared, “In this collection, we have introduced summer friendly fabrics such as toweling and seersucker that are lightweight and breathable for the forthcoming warmer days. Providing a relaxed and dressed-down feel, garment dye washes continue to feature across blazers, chinos and shorts. We have also experimented with print, a first for Mr P., developing an exclusive arrow print seen on two cotton camp-collar shirts.”

With prices ranging from £55 to £395 (approx. $77 USD to $558 USD), you can find the entire collection exclusively on MR PORTER now.

Next up, Supreme and RIMOWA are dropping a luxe luggage collab on April 12.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

scribbling by day, architect by night

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