Inspired by Lee Radziwill, the latest Ports 1961 collection includes elegant pieces with a sporty-chic flare. Have a nosey!
The Ports 1961 fall 2013 collection has been revealed at Milan Fashion Week and as usual the brand brought an array of stylish goodies for the independent woman who loves to put together covetable looks. Having as main source of inspiration Lee Radziwill, the line features elegant and feminine pieces that can push any wardrobe to a whole new level!
“Cultures express beauty so differently,” says creative director Fiona Cibani. “Really anything can touch me. Those things you expect to affect you of course, like the palette of a painting or a detail in local architecture, but also less obvious elements like the metalwork in everyday objects or the way two colors merge in daylight. Something can be so humble but so beautiful when it’s interpreted in the right way. I find inspiration everywhere, from Paris to Mongolia and every place in between.”
So yes, Ports Cibani is back for another season and creates a super-cool Ports 1961 fall 2013 collection showcased in an off-the-map show at Milan Fashion Week. There was a minimal approach but also some eye-catching accents that spiced up the line.
The Ports 1961 fall 2013 collection oozed a special effortlessly chic feeling, perfect for trendsetters who are not afraid to stand out from the crowd. There were below-the-knee skirt worn with sporty-chic jackets and loose sweaters. How cool are those? Besides, the Ports 1961 fall 2013 collection included skirts and silk blouses matched with long gloves. The color palette featured mostly gray and autumnal shades but also pops of brights.
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