Alexander Wang for MR PORTER Exclusive Collection

Alexander Wang for MR PORTER Exclusive Collection

In recent weeks, we’ve seen MR PORTER unveil a few collections exclusive to their site with notable designers including Ami and Raf Simons. Now, Alexander Wang has put forth a capsule collection that features the designer’s signature athletic designs with refined craftsmanship and exceptional detailing. Overall, the pieces are casual and minimalistic offered up in dark and neutral colors. The leather / wool bomber jacket happens to be our standout from the collection as it’s an investment piece that’s guaranteed never to go out of style.

The Alexander Wang for MR PORTER collection is available now exclusively through MR PORTER.

Nudie Jeans x Barneys NYC ‘Post Recycle Dry’

Nudie Jeans x Barneys NYC 'Post Recycle Dry' Denim Slim Jims

Nudie Jeans have unveiled a limited edition of their Slim Jim style – ‘Post Recycle Dry’, a US exclusive for Barneys NYC and Barneys.com. The fabric is produced in fabric recycled from old worn Nudie Jeans denim. A processing technology has been developed where old denim is cut, milled down to a pulp, and then blended with virgin organic cotton to generate a new fabric. The slubby denim has a soft feel and an exceptional fit in the form of Nudie’s straight-fit design. Other details include zip fly closure, tonal stitching throughout, and organic trims.

Only 500 jeans have been produced worldwide in this fabric, with each style uniquely customized with a numbered Limited Edition pocket lining. Look for these beauties through Barneys for $215.

Red Wing Heritage 4563 Boot

Red Wing Heritage 4563 Boot for Nordstrom

Red Wing Heritage has released the 4563 Boot exclusively for Nordstrom, The 8-inch round toe work boot was first introduced in 1919, providing the comfort of an oxford with the durability of a work boot. “The benefit of the new style was the round toe design; achieved by eliminating a seam by using one larger piece of leather versus the previous practice of sewing together two smaller leather pieces.” The end result was a more durable boot and one that looks great as well. It features a 6-inch round-toe build and features a self-cleaning crepe sole with Goodyear welt construction.

Look for these at select Nordstrom locations across the United States including The Grove in Los Angeles, Cherry Creek in Colorado, King of Prussia outside of Philadelphia and Garden State Plaza which is the closest Nordstrom with the 4563 Boot outside of New York City.

Peters Mountain Works for Garbstore

Peters Mountain Works for Garbstore

Here we have looks at a few styles from Peters Mountain Works made exclusively for Garbstore. Styles include the Maverick tote bag and Overlook rucksack, both of which are available in navy and khaki colorways. The packs are durable and feature a ton of detail and plenty of space for all your essentials. All products are crafted from the finest materials, and all production takes place in the Peters mountain Works factory, located near the historic town of Woodstock, New York, U.S.A.

Shop the goods at Garbstore.

The Look | CREEP by Hiroshi Awai from Spring/Summer 2012

The Look | CREEP by Hiroshi Awai from Spring/Summer 2012Styled by Por Homme

CREEP by Hiroshi Awai is one of the industry’s most consistent labels. We’ve covered it numerous times over the past few seasons and think Mr. Awai is doing an exceptional job with the label. The designs are creative yet still very wearable and the fit is just right. For Spring 2012, we worked with CREEP to put together a look at this week’s PROJECT show. The result was tremendous — Floral print blazer with a lightweight button down in an orange shell along with white linen pants. Look for more shots from the Toronto-based designer’s Spring 2012 in the near future.

Closer Look | Nigel Cabourn Aircraft Jacket

Closer Look | Nigel Cabourn Aircraft Jacket

SS11 gear is beginning to roll into stockists worldwide and End Clothing just got a hold of this Nigel Cabourn piece which happens to be exclusively available at the UK retailer. The Aircraft Jacket draws influence from aviation design, made to withstand the elements while providing maximum comfort. “This End Hunting Co. exclusive is a novel reworking of this brilliant jacket. Made from beeswaxed coated cotton based on classic English shirting, making for a jacket that is durable and striking.”

The jacket is a perfect Spring/Summer jacket as it’s lightweight but fully waterproof. The Aircraft Jacket is available exclusively through End Clothing in four different finishes — Blue Oxford, Black Oxford, Blue Gingham Check, and Blue Windowpane Check. This will definitely be a rare find so once it’s gone, folks, it’s gone.

Road to (capsule) | A Moment with Penfield’s Jamie Barshall

Road to (capsule) | A Moment with Jamie Barshall of Penfield

Road to (capsule) is a Por Homme exclusive, made possible by the good folks behind the (capsule) tradeshow, and of course, the person(s) being interviewed. We ask each designer five questions that help to give us — as fans, readers, observers, whatever — a better understanding of what makes these gifted individuals tick. The questions are fairly uniform, but as you’ll see, the answers are far from that. The (capsule) show invades New York July 19th and 20th, giving viewers first looks at Spring/Summer 2011 collections from the industry’s most reputable men’s labels.

We continue on the Road to (capsule) with a sitdown with Penfield CEO Jamie Barshall. 2010 is a huge year for Penfield, as the Massachusetts-based label is celebrating its 35-year anniversary. We’ve highlighted several Penfield products in the past, most recently their Hudson Wax Cloth jackets. Hit the jump to see what New England’s finest garment maker is up to as it gets set for (capsule) New York.

Road to (capsule) | A Moment with Jeff Staple

Road to (capsule) New York: A Moment with Jeff Staple [Interview]

Road to (capsule) is a Por Homme exclusive, made possible by the good folks behind the (capsule) tradeshow, and of course, the person(s) being interviewed. We ask each designer five questions that help to give us — as fans, readers, observers, whatever — a better understanding of what makes these gifted individuals tick. The questions are fairly uniform, but as you’ll see, the answers are far from that. The (capsule) show invades New York July 19th and 20th, giving viewers first looks at Spring/Summer 2011 collections from the industry’s most reputable men’s labels.

We kick off Road to (capsule) with a sit down with Jeff Staple, the Founder and Creative Director of Staple Design and Reed Space (among a host of other things). Beyond being one of New York’s most-gifted individuals, Jeff’s also a class act and one of the most genuine people you’ll ever meet. Well let’s get to it, shall we? Hit the jump.