For the PORTS 1961 PRE-FALL 2012 collection, Fiona Cibani focused on shapes, color and print combinations. She took her inspiration from Op-Art artistry. The asymmetrical cuts and shapes added length and definition to the body through the patterns. Trousers are long with wide legs which elongate the body as well with a nice lean finish. Drapings are clean and hidden tucks & pleats are on the side to showcase the body's natural form. The kaleidoscope silk crepe and Georgette print along with foiled tweed are paired together with houndstooth in vibrant hues like emerald and royal blue. Navy, blush, charocal and cognac were also used along with black as the undertone. Fur popped up in the collection in jeweled dyed tones along with luxe cashmere. In all the collection had a touch of masculinity but still feminine with movement through the patterns. Continue to see the rest of the collection.