M HKA unveiled its Spring/Summer 2017 collection at #SangueNovo during ModaLisboa. The collection is inspired by strong cultural influences, particularly the wild Russian raves.
Estelita Mendonça unveiled his Fall/Winter 2016 collection during PortugalFashion. The initial function of the garment: the protection of the human being, was the starting point for this collection, where the designer re-used materials like camping tents and Papa blankets (100%… »
Marta Gonçalves and Gonçalo Páscoa presented their Fall/Winter 2016 collection for HIBU during PortugalFashion. This collection aims to deconstruct the conventional wardrobe and push it by erasing the idea of what a garment should look, how it… »
Alexandra Moura presented her Fall/Winter 2016 collection during ModaLisboa, showing a reflection on the impact of female in male and vice versa because “in all human beings, a misogynist war arises“.
Nair Xavier presented her Fall/Winter 2016 collection during ModaLisboa. The Aegean Sea, the sponges and the aquatic fossil biodiversity are the inspiration of this collection and provide content to construction, colour palette and materials.
Tânia Nicole showed her Fall/Winter 2016 collection at Sangue Novo, during ModaLisboa. The starting point of this collection was the work of the British artist Alex Chinneck who specializes in architectural installations featuring optical illusions.
Patrick de Pádua presented his Fall/Winter 2016 collection at Sangue Novo, during ModaLisboa. This is a streetwear collection, with inspiration from the hunting experience, presenting traditional materials such as burel, leather, fur and impermeable.
Sara Santos unveiled her Fall/Winter 2016 collection at Sangue Novo, during ModaLisboa. Titled “Overlap” is a collection strongly inspired by the work of the Portuguese artist “Vhils” and in the period that reports to the first… »
Rúben Damásio presented his Fall/Winter 2016 collection at Sangue Novo, during ModaLisboa. Inspired in the “Rumspringa”, which means “wander around”, this collection portrays the time when young Amish, aged 16-21, break away from the community.