Take a tour of MR PORTER’s new collection of global finds
The buying team of MR PORTER is no stranger to searching for talents. They already bring us some of the best designers and brands from around the world. But now they're taking that mission to the next level with a focus on sustainability, craft and community with a new Small World collection. The range of menswear, grooming goods and home wares champion local artisans from around the globe that make high quality items the old fashioned way.
All of the pieces align with the brand's new Craftsmanship Code, a set of environmental principles and social values selected to help you make more considered choices when outfitting your life. In short, it's a smart way to ensure that what ever you're buying is not only well made, but also does some good by supporting smaller players and utilizing recycled and low-impact materials. What's more, you'll find clothing and accessories you likely won't get anywhere else. The line-up of labels reads like a globetrotter's passport: everywhere from Tibet and Bali to Nigeria and Japan. Herewith, a few of our favorites from the collection. But these items are somewhat limited, so we wouldn't suggest waiting too long.
Goods Witha Mission
Camp collar Terry shirt,
$340 by De Bonne Facture
Influenced by the flora and fauna of the American Southwest, handcrafted by a fourth-generation Navajo silversmith.
Sterling silver cuff,
$1,200 by Peyote Bird
$60 by Noma T.D.
NW8 Slim-fit organic selvedge jeans,
$355 by Blackhorse Lane Ateliers
Camp collar linen chore jacket,
$505 by De Bonne Facture
No.25 Atlas candle,
$60 by Laboratory Perfumes
Traditionally made by artisans in Istanbul who work with fired kilns, so no two are exactly the same.
Marbled enamelware bowl,
$23 by Bornn
Mud-resist indigo-dyed cotton beach towels,
$115 (for a set of four) by 11.11/eleven eleven
$525 by Ssam
The soft fabric is made from ECONYL, which is generated from marine litter collected by Healthy Seas.
Jacquard swim shorts,
$220 by True Tribe