Ports 1961 Ready To Wear Spring Summer 2014 Milan

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Ports 1961 Ready To Wear Spring Summer 2014 Milan

A provocative mix of androgynous and ultra-feminine were at play in Ports 1961 spring summer 2014 collection.

Boxy tops, like the mid-thigh length boyfriend shirts, which embodied Ports signature style was followed by dresses and skirts of tulle, chiffon and organza.

Inspired by Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni'a 1970's film "Zabriskie Point", designer Fiona Cibani channelled her connection with nature.

While it's not the first time we have seen sunsets setting on tops lately, here it was executed with true class on cap sleeved silk tops paired with a pleated camel color skirt fitting for spring, summer and even fall.

Camouflage print textured materials were a further endorsement of this naturalistic concept -- dyed in white and black rather than traditional army green.

Layered knitwear played a main role. Silk and lace trim injected a delicate sense of femininity. Key fabrics were embellished with Swarovski rhinestones and grosgrain strips for a mock pleated look.

The collection was doused in white, with baby blue, bubble gum pink and black playing supporting roles.

Strappy heels and flat sandals with metallic detail, was the finishing touch on Cibani's adventure-themed collection.