Mario Testino has launched a gorgeous collection for MATE – come and see our favourite pieces from the range
Net-a-Porter has finally unveiled its exclusive collection by Mario Testino for MATE.
For the first time, you can purchase the world-renowned photographer's gorgeous range of clothes and accessories, inspired by his Alta Moda exhibition.
Alta Moda features a series of portraits showing Peruvians wearing traditional clothing and coincides with the new capsule collection, which includes t-shirts, kaftans, tote bags and scarves. The gorgeous abstract prints were all inspired by Mario's home town of Lima, Peru.
We're lusting after this statement necklace, designed by Vicki Beamon and inspired by Peruvian craft. We'll be teaming it with a crisp white shirt and jeans for the ultimate summer wardrobe update.
Holli Rogers, Fashion Director at Net-a-Porter, tells Marie Claire: " We are huge fans of Mario's photography and are delighted to be able to offer our customers the opportunity to wear his works of art.
"The color and detail in the Peruvian costumes are unbelievable and this has paved the way for a fun range of clothing, bags and jewellery."
We couldn't agree more. Twenty per cent of the profits will be donated to MATE, Mario's organisation which aims to promote and celebrate arts in his home country. Online shopping for a good cause? We can't think of a better way to spend our evening on the sofa.
The collection goes on sale later this month. Prices start from £115. Check out our latest Net-A-Porter discount codes to add to checkout.
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