Chic Finish–Perfected to a t, Ports 1961 began this season’s collection with crisp light hues and great foundational shapes before moving on to intricate prints, mixed with an expanded wardrobe. From a jacket and trousers with a hint of a lined print to a boxy white short-sleeved dress shirt, injected with volume, little details made a world of a difference when it came to the execution of the latest range. Take a dress shirt, hide the buttons, elongate the silhouette and you had a chic new outlook. Meanwhile, silk and yellow brought together offered a bright vision for suiting and bold geometric prints acted as the ideal finale.
Ports 1961 Spring/Summer 2013 | Milan Fashion Week
Published June 26, 2012/
Updated April 1, 2015
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