The Ports 1961 collection of women's dresses combines class and style, utilizing the finest fabrics in their construction. Our specially selected range of luxury women's dresses are appropriate for every occasion, whether a cocktail party or casual outing.Show off your unique style in our asymmetrical shirt dress or our ribbed knit dress. Our floral print dresses and collared midi dresses are perfect for a casual look. Paired with a statement necklace and earrings from our selection of jewellery, the Ports 1961 one-sleeved dress makes for a classy evening look. Matched with the right accessories, our dresses are also fantastic work attire.
Mix and match with Ports 1961's selection of chic women's accessories. Discover our collection of jewellery, bags and belts to complete your outfit. Items are crafted with the highest quality materials and excellent craftsmanship. Choose from any of our stylish designer accessories.Pair our accessories with a maxi dress or a smart coat to complete an outfit. Our women's handbags and stunning jewellery pieces provide a beautiful addition to every outfit, whether a casual or more formal look.
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Ports 1961 is an American fashion house that produces luxury clothing for men and women, as well as accessories and shoes. The brand was founded by Luc Tanabe in 1961. The brand's collection is characterized by clean lines, quality fabrics and elegant silhouettes. Floral and geometric prints are often used as patterns, among them are stripes, rhombus, checks and houndstooth. Most often, when sewing models, designers use materials such as silk, wool, cotton, fur, leather and neoprene.
Kendall Jenner was spotted shopping at the Balenciaga store in New York wearing Ports 1961 Spring 2019 RTW (Not available online), STAUD Large Moon Bag ($395.00), Alain Mikli Armitage Sunglasses (Not available yet), Vita Fede Milos Earrings ($95.00) and Jacquemus Les Bottes Pantalon Boots ($1,180.00).
Beyoncé posted some pictures on instagram wearing a Sacai Polka Dot Pleated Satin Jumpsuit ($1,225.00), Louis Vuitton x Stephen Sprouse Monogram Graffiti Alma MM Bag ($2,250.00) and Ports 1961 Lace42 Sneakers ($565.00).
Maia Mitchell posted a picture on instagram a couple of days ago wearing a Split Side Blouse ($532.00) and Wide Leg Trousers (Sold Out) both by Ports 1961, with Senso Ciara Mule Loafers ($158.00). You can find similar loafers for less at Steve Madden ($79.95).
Kendall Jenner was spotted out shopping in New Yorkc City wearing a Re/Done 1960s Slim Tee ($78.00), a Ports 1961 Gold Jacket (Sold Out), RtA Elson Pleat-Detail Jeans (Sold Out), a Gucci GG Marmont Suede Shoulder Bag ($2,300.00), Krewe Ward Sunglasses ($275.00) and Louis Vuitton Republic Ankle Boots (Sold Out). You can find similar pants for less at ASOS ($38.00).
PORTS 1961 is a historic Canadian brand, born as the name suggests in 1961, by the Japanese-Canadian entrepreneur Luke Tanabe. Specializing in pret-a-porter luxury, PORTS1961 opened its first international offices in 1983 and has since conquered not only North America but also international markets. Currently designed by designer Natasa Cagalj, Ports parades on the runways of London constantly conveying the vision of a strong and contemporary woman on the runway.
Us lot on London lockdown are obsessing about the Alexa Chung for Madewell stuff. Personally am too scared to brave the J Crew online shopping cart - I sort of don't trust it in Luddite way. Apparently the collection is going down a storm in NYC and the staff at J Crew have been banned from buying it at discount... here's what the Cut is saying. Steph Stevens, a Guardian contributor who styled the gorgeous ad campaign emailed this morning to say that she too is waiting for an "inky Combie and a brunette silk blouse" to cross the Atlantic. Hmmm, a tricky shopping mission - there are going to be some serious fashion points awarded to editors who manage to get their hands on the stuff by the time London starts next week.
3pm EST: I'm heading to the show by Canadian label Ports 1961 show now. Very much looking forward to this one - I think it's going to be a label we hear a lot more of in the UK soon - they've recently opened their first UK store, within Harvey Nichols. I also had an email yesterday from jewellery designer, Lina Peterson:
4.15pm EST: Will probably be accused of gushing but I really really loved Ports 1961. Wearable, grown-up elegant clothes: lovely draping, wide-leg trousers, beautiful shirt dress. And Lina, if you are reading, the jewellery was amazing - particularly the chunks of quartz pendants with gold chain. Think you can just about make one out in the photograph above. 781b155fdc