My Life on (and off) the Guest List


One of my favorite designers, Ports 1961’s show was a visual and audible sensation. Influenced by the beauty and music on India, specifically the Mughal Dynasty, Tia Cibani restructured the beauty of the Sari by introducing them in different fabrics and lengths, she also showed some beautiful billowing long skirts and gorgeous dresses. We start with the beauty of Indian music by a live band

and then on to the collections; in an interested color pallette which included grey, gold, magenta, fuschia, brick red, white, etc

I especially loved the mix of grey and gold, not a combination you’d expect but it worked beautifully

Then we come to the more heavily influenced traditional Indian garb, that’s where you see the beauty of embroidery and applique, etc

There were also some gorgeous simple dresses that were very chic, very much classics

along with some vibrant colors so predominantely used in India

I leave you with the show finale and the music….enjoy

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