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Warm weather; brisk breezes; Spring is finally here. As you undertake the routined task of switching out cashmeres for cottons, make sure newly added wardrobe essentials are pepped up with a fitting dose of verve. Do it with Mr Porter. 

The luxury retailer has just unveiled a new collection under its eponymous label, Mr P. As slick and suave as you’d imagine from brand with an enigmatic, one-syllable name, the 228-piece line-up of menswear separates encompasses Mr Porter’s effortlessly cool and contemporary ethos. Timeless structures. Thoughtful details. Forever wears. For Spring 2021, the new collection borrows from the pared-back casualness of the “The Beat Generation”, a 1950s literary movement of multidisciplinary artists and their nomadic travels. In short, this is a heartfelt tribute to casual Americana. Expect soft, fluid silhouettes dipped in natural, earthy tones and painterly natural dyes. Free-spirited bohemia, coincidentally, a wonderful styling cue to adapt for the incoming pleasant weather.

Also making its inaugural debut, a brand-new selection of luxe separates, expertly rendered with time-honoured craftsmanship from mills located in Scotland, Northamptonshire and Florence. Continuing on Mr Porter’s strive for pieces of quality and endurance, ten items are discretely sewn with a Digital ID QR code that, once scanned, will share details of the particular garment’s versatility and longevity, tips on care and repair, as well as additional styling tips. So that it maintains a stalwart status in your seasonal wears for years to come.

Here are six pieces essential to building a dapper wardrobe:

Brown leather blouson-sleeve jacket

White striped cotton shirt

Green tapered drawstring trousers

Yellow cotton T-shirt

Green printed swim shorts

‘David’ navy suede sandals

See more of the Mr P new-season collection here.

This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong

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