When Mr Porter first launched its inaugural Tee Store collection late last year, the standalone shop—spotlighting a selection of specially designed tees only available on the Mr Porter site—couldn’t have been timelier. Or so it seemed. One ongoing global pandemic and more-than-a-few months on lockdown later, the T-shirt’s status as the undisputed champion of WFH style is looking like more of a lock than ever. (I.e. it’s the only damn thing we’ve all been wearing lately.)
Well, one of the best e-commerce operations in the business is back at it again, this time with a collection of tees culled from a cabal of menswear’s brightest rising stars along with some names you’re likely already familiar with, many of ’em featured regularly in the virtual (and physical!) pages of this very publication.
If your T-shirt rotation needs a bit of a refresh—and dude, trust me: It does—the second iteration of The Tee Store has you covered. This time around, Mr Porter partnered with a who’s who of heavy-hitters to bring you over 60 versions spanning the style spectrum. It’s a veritable cornucopia of T-shirt varieties, and not a moment too soon. (Laundry, you dastardly nemesis, you: Today is not your day!)
Some notable names among the selection include Sorry in Advance, a label new to the site and the brainchild of skater-cum-photographer and general bringer-of-good-vibes Evan Mock (whose tees pay tribute to his hometown in Hawaii), along with more established fan-favorites like Billionaire Boys Club and Beams.
To shop the full collection before it all sells out stop hate-scrolling through your middle school rival’s long-dormant Twitter feed and head on over to the dedicated Tee Store page on Mr Porter’s site starting today.
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Source : Esquire