RUNWAY: Ports 1961 FW17Milan Vukmirovic showed his latest collection for Ports 1961 in Milan on the first day of Milan Fashion Week, though the official schedule only states one show (it's Ermenegildo Zegna) but that's a digression. This latest collection was full of thoughts of love, seen as hearts on shirts, the word plastered on sleeves in different languages from Arabic to Japanese. Love is something the world really needs more of. The idea was really, no pun intended, quite lovely. However, the collection felt like a redux of one he's done before. Sure there were some great coats and the addition of a few bands of color added a nice touch. The collection was not bad, in any sense of the word. It was, however, predictable and a bore, which in this day and age of instant gratification could be considered worse than showing a badly designed or executed collection. Silver lining: at least the clothes will sell?