Mr Porter has launched its second Small World collection, showcasing a “carefully curated” choice of global brands that report dedication towards the luxury website’s Craftsmanship Code and champion responsible style.
The Little World capsule collection spans ready-to-put on, swimwear, undergarments, accessories, fine jewelry, and homeware and celebrates craftsmanship, responsibly made products, and native communities.
All brands featured need to demonstrate a number of the Mr. Porter Craftsmanship Code’s six key support beams: Heritage Craft, Future Craft, Made In your area, Designed To Last, Created Using High Standards Of Animal Welfare making From Considered Materials, whilst maintaining their own regional authenticity and artisanal heritage.
Mr Porter launches second Small World collection
This year’s collection features 319 product listings, of which 164 are only at Mr. Porter, from 22 brands from around the world from Indonesia, Nigeria, and South America to the united kingdom, France, Portugal, and Japan, all offering “something truly special”.
Of the 22 brands, 10 are a newcomer to Mr. Porter, including Karu Research, Corridor, La Paz, Clothsurgeon, Cottle, King Kennedy Rugs, Adish, Carleen, Obida, and woman White-colored Co.
Mike Kershaw, buying director at Mr. Porter, stated in a statement: “Mr. Porter is very happy to continue its dedication to our Craftsmanship Code with this particular year’s Small World collection. We’re proud to carry on to aid localized, artisanal producers around we all do our established global brands – getting together these innovative creators to allow our inquisitive people to uncover new brands and world-class products they’ve already not encountered before.
“We support brands who forge connections in the community, allowing Mr. Porter to become a host to discovery for the customers. This enables us to assist them to discover the products they might require to reside an elegant and fulfilling existence.”
Other brands area of the Small World collection includes De Bonne Facture, Blackhorse Lane Ateliers, 11.11/Eleven Eleven, Japan Best, Available Space, Stòffa, Elhanati, Healers Fine Jewellery, Fernando Jorge, Lauren Rubinski, Alexandra Llewellyn and Publish-Imperial.