For Winter 2017, Miguel Vieira present an homage to color. “No color no emotions. It is a vital source of new ideas, styles and creations, “says Vieira. “Colors have individual emotions but when combined tog...
Carlos Gil calls it “eclectic”. We call it “genius”! The designer‘s collection for Winter 2017 is a grab bag of colors and patterns, fur and ruffles, and nostalgia and contemporary. It´s a potpourri of elements mixed and matched to create fresh, elegant, modern looks.
The Winter 2017 collection from Alexandra Moura is a modern approach to genderless garments. Classic silhouettes of men’s and women’s wear are deconstructed and reassembled to create contemporary concepts. Heavy, soft materials emulate the comfort of a blanket.
Does glamour have to be slim and sexy? Pedro Pedro doesn’t think so. In his collection for Winter 2017 at ModaLisboa KISS, the designer creates elegant looks going large, with gigantic silhouettes, generous volume, exaggerated lengths, overlaps and asymmetry.
On the next stop of Christophe Savaut’s “One World, No Boundaries” concept, he takes us to the Nordic region for Winter 2017. Here, colors emulate the white snow, dark green vegetation, golden autumn and midnight blue skies. Use of black adds a luxurious and urban touch to the collection.
It´s a “Kiss from a Rose” for designer Rose Palhares at ModaLisboa KISS! She transforms this sweet, affectionate gesture into a collection for Winter 2017 created for a seductive woman, self-assured and passionate about life.
“Life is a succession of color experiences,” explains Porto-based designer Ricardo Andrez. “The color, to me, is linked to the way things and events relate to each other, and how different intensities, emotions and dimensions conform to each other.”
Season after season, we fall deeper in love with Olga Noronha. She applies a very unique artistry to her fashion design, creating pieces that mesmerizing and beautiful, even if they might not be practical to wear for a quick trip to the grocery store.