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Ports 1961 Gets a Makeover

The brand’s outpost in the Meatpacking District shifts its focus to menswear

Ports 1961, a staple fashion destination in New York City’s Meatpacking District, has been converted to a stand-alone menswear boutique thanks to a new vision set out by the brand’s menswear Creative Director, Milan Vukmirovic.

Inside the boutique

Inside the new store

The redesign includes a stylishly updated interior space (picture: mid-century modern furniture, marble accents and industrial metal fittings), a vinyl record wall and iconic menswear styles from Vukmirovic’s debut collection for fall/winter 2015. Among the store’s many highlights—from essential white shirts to chic military coats for men—lie exclusive collaboration pieces, like a skateboard made with pro skateboarder Tony Alva and special installations designed by street-style toy artist Michael Lau.

Be sure to check out the chic flagship during your next shopping trip.

Ports 1961, 3 Ninth Avenue, ports1961.com