Your setup should send VLAN-tagged frames (tagged with VLAN ID 1) out en1.
Well, that's assuming en1 is a VLAN-capable Ethernet-like interface. If en1 on your machine is a Wi-Fi interface, it might not actually be VLAN-capable. I've seen lots of Wi-Fi NICs and Wi-Fi APs that don't handle VLAN tags very well, so YMMV.
Regardless of that Wi-Fi caveat, you need something on the other end of the Ethernet link that's configured to pay attention to VLAN-tagged frames with VLAN ID 1. If you have a dumb (not manageable, not VLAN-capable) Ethernet switch on the other end of the Ethernet cable out en1, it will probably blindly bridge your VLAN-tagged frames to other ports on the switch. But you still need a device out there somewhere that's also configured to pay attention to frames tagged with VLAN ID 1. Because by default, most Ethernet hosts will just drop (ignore) frames tagged with VLAN IDs that the host hasn't been preconfigured to pay attention to.
The same goes for VLAN-capable switches. While dumb switches will probably forward unknown VLAN frames by default, VLAN-capable switches will probably drop VLAN-tagged frames by default. You need to configure you VLAN-capable switch to expect VLAN ID 1 frames to come in on that port. And you need to tell it which other ports it should forward VLAN ID 1 frames to, and whether it should strip the VLAN tags off when it send it on that port (that is, an "unnumbered", or "access" port, which is expected to be part of only a single VLAN with no VLAN tagging), or if it should leave the tags on (a "trunk" port is expected to participate in more than one VLAN, either tagging them all or all but one VLAN ID).
The same thing goes for wireless-VLAN-capable Wi-Fi APs; you need to configure your AP to tell it which of its Wi-Fi interfaces it should expect VLAN-tagged frames on.
Something about the way you asked your question makes me think you didn't really want VLANs, you just wanted a second IP address on the same interface. If you just want a second IP address on the same interface (note that it doesn't have to be on the same IP subnet as the first IP address on the interface), then just use
sudo ifconfig ... alias.