Honoring the brand’s heritage, cotton poplin shirts took center stage in Fiona Cibani’s Ports 1961 collection. The show opened with an elongated style worn as a minidress under a masculine blazer, while an oversize tuxedo shirt was paired with a feminine circle skirt.

Cibani also injected an athletic feel via voluminous sportswear-inspired outerwear pieces, including a light-blue satin zipped jacket with floral brocade Bermudas and a white leather anorak.

For an artistic touch, a desert sunrise landscape, inspired by Michelangelo Antonioni’s movie “Zabriskie Point,” was printed on a pleated cotton piquet apron dress.

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