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Ports 1961 Men's Spring 2017

Ports 1961 Men’s Spring 2017

A capsule with Everlast was included in the offering.

Ports 1961 Resort 2017

Ports 1961 Resort 2017

Natasa Cagalj preserved the label’s playful yet sophisticated aesthetic, but channeled it into new shapes, proportions and cuts.

Ports 1961 RTW Fall 2016

Ports 1961 RTW Fall 2016

Natasa Cagalj reworked a Nineties minimal look of deconstructed pieces cut in graphic, sometimes roomy, silhouettes.

Ports 1961 Men's RTW Fall 2016

Ports 1961 Men’s RTW Fall 2016

Creative director Milan Vukmirovic developed a lineup which was wider and more mature compared to previous seasons, introducing both more tailoring and fashion-oriented options.

Ports 1961 Pre-Fall 2016

Ports 1961 Pre-Fall 2016

Ports 1961 pre-fall toyed with a childlike sense of play.

Ports RTW Spring 2016

Ports 1961 RTW Spring 2016

Natasa Cagalj’s spring lineup was filled with relaxed, easy pieces that a woman can easily style herself.

Ports 1961 Resort 2016

Ports 1961 Resort 2016

Natasa Cagalj imbued her second collection for Ports 1961 with a certain purity of silhouette and a taste for the unfinished.

Ports 1961 RTW Fall 2015

Ports 1961 RTW Fall 2015

“I wanted to deliver a complete wardrobe for today’s women who work,” said creative director Natasa Cagalj.

Ports 1961 Men's RTW Fall 2015

Ports 1961 Men’s RTW Fall 2015

The designer instead focused on men’s wear staples, which were offered in a range of variations, spanning from traditional to hyper fashion.

Ports 1961 RTW Spring 2015

Ports 1961 RTW Spring 2015

The Ports 1961 collection embodied the duplicity of the muse who inspired it: Artemis, the Greek goddess.