A capsule with Everlast was included in the offering.
— June 17, 2016
Natasa Cagalj preserved the label’s playful yet sophisticated aesthetic, but channeled it into new shapes, proportions and cuts.
— June 6, 2016
Natasa Cagalj reworked a Nineties minimal look of deconstructed pieces cut in graphic, sometimes roomy, silhouettes.
— February 27, 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.
— January 15, 2016
Ports 1961 pre-fall toyed with a childlike sense of play.
— January 13, 2016
Natasa Cagalj’s spring lineup was filled with relaxed, easy pieces that a woman can easily style herself.
— September 24, 2015
Natasa Cagalj imbued her second collection for Ports 1961 with a certain purity of silhouette and a taste for the unfinished.
— June 10, 2015
“I wanted to deliver a complete wardrobe for today’s women who work,” said creative director Natasa Cagalj.
— February 26, 2015
The designer instead focused on men’s wear staples, which were offered in a range of variations, spanning from traditional to hyper fashion.
— January 18, 2015
The Ports 1961 collection embodied the duplicity of the muse who inspired it: Artemis, the Greek goddess.
— September 18, 2014