Good deed feed – Menswear giant MR PORTER limit operations to help tackle coronavirus

Good deed feed – Menswear giant MR PORTER limit operations to help tackle coronavirus.

Our previous good deed feed focused on Private White VC and how they are lending their skills to the NHS. Today we are focusing on how menswear giant MR PORTER are doing their bit.

Luxury e-tailer, Net-a-Porter has temporarily scaled down their operations and devoted spare resources to tackle the coronavirus crisis.

Menswear giant MR PORTER has redeployed its armada of premier vehicles to other areas of essential demand in and around London.

Good deed feed - Menswear giant MR PORTER limit operations to help tackle coronavirus - MR PORTER vehicles London

The MR PORTER vans are prioritising those in need and taking a break from their regular appointments of servicing the most stylish gents in the capital by delivering food and medical supplies.

Through partnerships with Age UK, the company has been able to concentrate their efforts around Hammersmith and Fulham (in close situ to the London YNAP headquarters) to get the necessary aid to those most vulnerable in society.

Although MR PORTER has, for the moment, closed its warehouses for the health and safety of the community, menswear enthusiasts are still able to shop with with MR PORTER online, however, any orders will  be shipped as soon as their doors are open again. Thus, orders will take a little longer to arrive.

Good deed feed - Menswear giant MR PORTER limit operations to help tackle coronavirus

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