Three designers had the chance to present their talent at the Portugal Fashion and ModaLisboa during the Paris Fashion Week. Their collections underlined how portuguese fashion is merging tradition and innovation. // @autrementpr
The collection by Constança Entrudo made references to 60s poetry and is inspired by European and Brazilian manifestos, poems and artistic and social movements. The garments became part of a dialogue between the textiles, the location and the guests.
Maria Carlos Baptista//@mariacarlosbaptista
The collection is showing the blurred lines between menswear and womenswear and how they can be merged. “Mátria” is a collection that underlines the idea of a new era where the Woman is established as the main force. Upcycling and the use of damaged and lost pieces are also part of the collection.
The designer created a collection that is the vision of a new virtual world framed by technology: The garments are merging organic cotton and materials that are sensitive to body temperature. The designer is imagining the abillity to access an augmented reality when in contact with clothing.