Sailing Into Ports

Ports 1961's first New York City store, designed by architect Michael Gabellini, was conceived as a private boudoir. And scattered among designer Tia Cibani's downtown clothes and accessories are objects from the global treks that inspire her collections: art books and intricate wooden sculptures from Germany. The second floor of the boutique, located in the Meatpacking District, hosts artists' events and features a private lounge for VIP appointments. Just like home.


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