11 Contemporary Brands To Know At MR PORTER

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From classic everyday staples to the cool Parisian name-to-know, there's are a range of contemporary brands to explore at MR PORTER right now. Here are eleven to have on your radar...

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Chillax Fox Cotton-Jersey Sweatpants, £145

Maison Kitsuné

Not one to resist thinking outside the box, Paris-meets-Tokyo label Maison Kitsuné is more than just a clothing brand. Encompassing a music label and café in its repertoire as well, expect refined staples with plenty of charisma.

 

Garment Dyed Organic Cotton Jersey T-Shirt, £55

Mr P.

Bringing together quality fabrics and modern styles, Mr. P is MR PORTER’s in-house brand. Offering a range of season-less menswear, shoes and accessories and honouring luxury manufacturing techniques, some of our favourite pieces include their cream corduroy jacket, pin-striped shirt and jersey t-shirts. 

Tapered Logo Embroidered Organic Cotton Jersey Track Pants, £230

AMI Paris

The brainchild of ex-Dior, Givenchy and Marc Jacobs designer Alexandre Mattiussi, Ami’s clothes are cool and sophisticated. Inspired by the city it was made in, the brand emulates Parisian cool. Choose from easy-going basics like knits, sweats and accessories – all of which are stamped with the brand’s signature logo.

Logo-Flocked Cotton-Jersey T-Shirt, £100

A.P.C

Paris-based A.P.C emulates quiet luxury. All its pieces are made with quality fabrics and have an elevated, effortless edge. Brand staples – including the denim, overshirts, sweatshirts and tees – are a great place to start.

Slim-Fit Cotton-Blend Twill Chinos, £105

Alex Mill

It's here you’ll find refined essentials for every day, from recycled denim jackets to the perfect drawstring linen trousers. Everything is made to last and will slot seamlessly into your existing wardrobe.

Relevant Parties Vol.2 Printed Organic Cotton-Jersey T-Shirt, £40

Carhartt WIP

True to its workwear heritage, the brand takes its inspiration from the worlds of cycling, skateboarding, graffiti and hip-hop – and it already has several impressive collaborations under its belt. Think utility accents, cool-basics and logo detailing.

Movement Stretch Supima Cotton-Blend Shirt, £140

Faherty

After discovering their shared love of surfing, the brand’s founders went on to build this range of ethically sourced pieces inspired by the easy, eclectic vibes of SoCal life. From relaxed tailoring to simple basics, there's a vintage charm that runs throughout the entire collection.

Linen and Cotton-Blend Drawstring Trousers, £205

Frescobol Carioca

Inspired by Rio and with a Brazilian sensibility, swim and beachwear is what this brand does best – with loungewear and resortwear also in the mix. Using refined fabrics, the collections make holiday dressing easy. 

Easy Alvin Slim-Fit Organic Stretch-Cotton Trousers, £135

Nudie Jeans

This Swedish brand has specialised in denim for more than a decade, producing timeless pieces designed to last a lifetime and mended by the brand itself, if needed, to prolong the wear. Don't forget to check out the loungewear and accessories while you're at it.

Padded Woven Overshirt, £145

Peter Millar

Originally launching with a single cashmere sweater more than 20 years ago, the brand now offers a complete range of casual apparel and sportswear. With a specific commitment to craftsmanship, we love how you can layer up different styles to create an easy, effortless look. 
 

Garment-Dyed Button-Down Collar Cotton Oxford Shirt, £155

Save Khaki United

"Simple, comfortable, purposeful, American" – Save Khaki United’s tagline really does hit the nail on the head. Quality basics is what it's all about – from khaki chinos to comfortable cotton shorts.

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