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.

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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