Lee Radziwill is having a moment. The octogenarian (as of next month) is the cover girl of the newly relaunched T magazine, and tonight designer Fiona Cibani name-checked her at the Ports 1961 show. "True elegance" was the tagline on the magazine; Cibani's words were "timeless and elegant." There were several outfits here that qualified, from a high-waisted coat in a black and white tweed and another in bonded black leather to a long-sleeve dress in charcoal with a full, below-the-knee skirt of almost New Look proportions. A belted V-neck sheath in that same shade of gray was worn with a dickey (the dickey is another thing that's having a moment).

In the end, then, the collection wasn't exactly trend-free. The sweatshirt is a sporty look that designers have taken to elevating lately. Cibani's comes in white silk sable bonded to neoprene, paired with a bejeweled black pencil skirt. Another item that's been making the rounds: the boxy oversize tee. In bonded wool jacquard or that spongy silk sable, it's not necessarily something we'd think of for Radziwill, but she might be charmed by a luxe brown astrakhan hoodie. Astrakhan also made an appearance for evening on an apron dress belted in back over a slip with those crystal embroideries. We'd call that overcomplicating things. Cibani exhibited a surer hand with a tweed skirtsuit layered over a crew-neck sweater and shirttails peeking out below the waist.