I almost had a mini heart-attack two days ago when I realized that London Fashion Week ended with no new Ports 1961 collection in sight; and thanks to my tiny panic disorder, like the legendary no-show scene at Amelie, I started imagining the worst and came to the conclusion that they are out of business, right when everything started to go great. It’s weird how with one designer change a brand can become one that you can’t stop thinking about. Thank God today I saw that they moved up the business ladder and opted to show their collection in Milan this season, with a more laid back and breezy vibe than their previous rather stiff and structured winter looks, (partly) modeled by none other than one of my favorite all time cool girls, Julia Sarr Jamois. At the end, it was worth the wait.
source: vogue runway