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Luxury online retailer Net-a-Porter, which stocks hard-to-find-online labels such as Rick Owens, Lanvin, Jason Wu, and Clements Ribeiro, will launch a men's portal called Mr Porter next spring. The new men's e-commerce site will stock 60 labels including Burberry, Ralph Lauren, Lanvin, YSL, Margiela, Balmain, Dunhill, Margaret Howell, Ricke Owens, John Lobb and a private label, MR designer by Roland Mouret. The new site will also offer the same-day delivery service in London and Manhattan that's available on Net-a-Porter. [Racked Inbox]