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Mr Porter Teamed Up With Over 40 American Designers on an Exclusive Menswear Collaboration

The luxury retailer tapped everyone from Tom Ford to Collina Strada for its latest exclusive lineup.

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Mr Porter just dropped the biggest capsule collection in its history, and it’s a celebration of American menswear’s best and brightest.

For the project, dubbed “Mr Porter in America,” the luxury retailer teamed up with more than 40 US men’s brands to offer over 600 exclusive pieces. The drop will offer ready-to-wear clothing, footwear, accessories and fine jewelry from a roster that includes heavyweights such Tom Ford, Sid Mashburn, Ralph Lauren and Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God. But it also turns the spotlight on smaller and up-and-coming operations, including Collina Strada, Cherry LA and Greg Yuna, among others.

The retailer says the collection was created to “champion US craft and creativity,” and you can see it in the resulting product. Bode’s wearable homage to American tourism takes the form of colorful prints while Tom Ford’s Texas-inspired offering includes a tough biker jacket and cowboy boots. Streetwear label Rhude also offers two engraved wine glasses and a number of “Chateau Rhude Vin Club” jackets and t-shirts that pay tribute to the famous vintages of Napa Valley.

Other names in the capsule include Gallery Dept., The Elder Statesman, Shay, FoundRae, Jacques Marie Mage, Santagelo, Luis Morais and éliou.

A new global campaign will accompany the launch, which will spotlight different American tableaus over the next three weeks. Week one will focus on culture from coast to coast, week two will spotlight nightlife and streetwear movements and week three will highlight the essence of adventure in the great outdoors.

“The US has always heavily influenced us from an artistic and commercial point of view,” says Sam Kershaw, buying director for the London-based retailer, in a statement. “From established brands such as Tom Ford and Ralph Lauren to contemporary talents including Cherry LA and Gallery Dept., we are proud to bring this unique and one-of-a-kind collection to our global customers.”

You can shop the full collection, with prices ranging from ($30 for a t-shirt to $33,000 for a white gold, sapphire and diamond bracelet) online from October 19. Check out a few of our favorite pieces from the drop below.

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