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6 Far East style pieces you need in your wardrobe

Mr Porter and Tokyo-based retailer Beams are debuting a set of six collections from Far East brands.

Each label has applied its own style to the limited-edition lines, which range from workwear to tailoring. The labels include Aloye, a nine-piece range of long- and short-sleeve T-shirts; Teatora, with packable blazers in technical nylon; and orSLOW, a six-piece denim-led line (featured here) incorporating rip-repair distressing techniques for jeanswear.

Keishi Endo, vice-president of Beams, says: “We’re pleased to be partnering with Mr Porter: it’s an opportunity to introduce exciting Japanese brands, whose craftsmanship and artisan approach to design and manufacturing reflect the ethos of Beams."

See six pieces in the collection below, and head to Mrporter.com to snap them up.

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