Ports 1961’s sleek, of-the-moment men's and women’s clothing has proven popular with the gamut of fashionable New Yorkers — from hip downtowners to uptown socialites. Originally founded by Canadian entrepreneur Luke Tanabe in — you guess it — 1961, Ports 1961 is currently helmed by creative director Tia Cibani, whose designs reflect the styles and tastes of the many far-flung places she's visited: China, Africa, and Scotland, to name just a few. Elegantly draped blouses, tailored pants, skinny pencil skirts, and luxe cashmere sweaters complement the label’s more daring pieces, such as structured coats and velvet frocks. Finish off your ensemble with a dab of Isabella: Ports 1961’s ultra-feminine, floral-and-fruity perfume.
Step out and about in this unbeatable assortment of flirty designs and stay stylish all season long. From strapless dresses and tulip skirts to ruffle clutches and more, shop this sale and find your perfect piece.
Don’t miss this chance to indulge in an entirely new offering of styles from your favorite designers and brands. Final Sale Part Two is an all-new assortment of styles and sizes at prices up to 90% off retail.
Pick up a few pretty pieces from this alluring selection of ladylike looks for day and evening. Dress up or dress down Nanette Lepore’s tiered blouses, “King Tut” embroidereds vest and Flapper-fringe cardigans. Jenni Kayne creates oxford shirts in shrunken and boyfriend cuts, as well as flowy tanks and long silk gowns. Your ship has come in with Ports 1961’s silk strapless frocks, lurex ruched-neck numbers and more, plus a crochet cropped jacket that will keep your shoulders warm.
Don’t let the date in the name fool you: Ports 1961 is no old-fashioned fashion line. The brand, led by creative director Tia Cibani, isn’t afraid to use color and texture. And she’s heavily influenced by the far-flung places she's visited – China, Africa and Scotland, to name just a few. The result? Of-the-moment dresses, tailored pants with a touch of whimsy, and edgy pieces that have proved popular with hip New Yorkers and downtown socialites alike.