Ports 1961 Debuts Menswear in Milan

January 21, 2011 • Fashion, Fashion Shows, Male Box, Yahoo


2011 marked a major milestone for Ports 1961, who debuted their first ever menswear line during this week's Men's Fashion Week in Milan. Taking classical sculpture as their central influence, designers Fiona Cibani and Ian Hylton rolled out an impressive display of men's fashions and had this statement on the collection:

"Just as the artist’s first sketch gives rise to a great work of art, and as the sculptor must chip away at the block of stone to reveal the hidden figure within, so the forms of Ports 1961 menswear have been born. These are clothes molded to the man and sculpted like a second skin. We dress the self-aware urban gladiator, a man who chooses pure and noble materials to express his inner nature, a man who needs his clothes to be tough and ready for action, but relaxed and comfortable when he rests."

Ports 1961 uses only the finest Italian tailoring and the most advanced fabrics to achieve the highest level of luxury. Check out these key looks from the Ports 1961 Spring 2011 show and gentleman, get ready for this new, decadent era of men's fashion.




-Alia Rajput

Photo Source: Ports 1961

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