Rigorous silhouettes and precise cuts defined the Ports 1961 collection. Moving forward from past seasons’ more stiff looks, creative director Fiona Cibani balanced the boxy shapes of double-breasted blazers with relaxed, wide-leg pants. These added a casual feel to the lineup, which was also filled with sophisticated outerwear styles, such as oversize hooded anoraks, cropped peacoats and waterproof trenches, all worked in a palette of classic tones of white, beige, rust, navy and hints of olive green.

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