For the Ports 1961 Pre-Fall 2014 collection, designer Fiona Cibani whipped up a collection full of covetable outerwear and exotic furs. Among the highlights in the former category were an oversize red topcoat cut from nubby Casentino wool as well as a cropped peacoat and its matching pencil skirt, which featured panels of dip-dyed plaid. The look added a slight masculine tone to the lineup, as did a long, Prince of Wales check vest, crisp button-up shirts, and wide leather buckle belts. That element was balanced by feminine touches like flared, schoolgirl skirts (in either structured, laminated neoprene or a faded floral satin) and a sparkly LBD that incorporated stretch cashmere lace and hand beading. Ports’ refined clientele will pair such a festive number with one of the standout furs here. A knee-length, layered fox gilet, in particular, had family heirloom appeal.