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Designers Fiona Cibani and Ian Hylton debuted Ports 1961 menswear during Milan's men's fashion week this week. Inspired by classical sculpture, the clothes are intended to "dress the self-aware urban gladiator," says the release, "a man who chooses pure and noble materials to express his inner nature, a man who needs his clothes to be tough and trendy and ready for action, but relaxed and comfortable when he rests."