Ports 1961 Revisits Staples for Fall

January 16, 2016
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American model Chad White opens Ports 1961’s fall-winter 2016 menswear show.

While he may be known for his simple street style, Ports 1961 creative director Milan Vukmirovic looks to up the ante with his fall-winter 2016 collection for the brand. Not shying too far from his easygoing aesthetic, Vukmirovic revisited contemporary menswear staples. Offering a subtle spin on standbys such as the peacoat and bomber jacket, the lineup pursued the use of color-blocking, tropical prints and shifts on the traditional silhouette.

Eclectic to say the least, the range took a stab at a complete wardrobe, taking note of trendy fashions for the streetwear inclined as well as tailored outerwear. Hero pieces included military-inspired coats, separates featuring autumnal themed prints, cropped trousers and boxy tops.

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Lucky Blue Smith hits the catwalk in a belted black and white cardigan sweater from Ports 1961’s fall-winter 2016 collection.
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Juan Betancourt wears a relaxed ensemble from Ports 1961, centered on pants with a tribal print.
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Adrian Cardoso takes to the catwalk in a bold orange bomber jacket from Ports 1961’s fall-winter 2016 men’s collection.
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Walking for Ports 1961, Xavier Serrano channels the late 1980s in a sweater vest, worn over a white dress shirt.
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John Todd is quite the autumn vision in a hunter green coat from Ports 1961’s fall-winter 2016 collection.
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Nicolas Ripoll dons an oversized poncho for Ports 1961 Fall/Winter 2016.