Curiosa Portugal, the one-stop shop for all of your indoor and outdoor furnishings, has just made it easier for you to restyle your Algarve home for Summer 2017. Can you imagine a sale on everything from beds and curtains, to decorative seating and deck furniture?
And the designers just keep on coming…. Donatella Versace opens a boutique at No. 238 on the luxury shopping street of Avenida da Liberdade in Lisbon. The 440 square meter shop spans across two floors, with women’s collection downstairs and men’s fashions up.
On-trend international fashion Armani Exchange has landed in Portugal. One has opened doors at No. 9 on the prestigious Avenida da Liberdade in Lisbon. The other, at No. 212 on Rua de Santa Catarina in Porto.
Some might call it a concept shop. Others could say it’s a micro mall. Those more optimistic would describe it as a department store. We think it’s more of an emporium filled with boutiques selling some of the finest products made in Portugal. It’s Almada 13, at (where else?) Rua do Almada, Nº 13, in Porto.
Whether you´ve got a quinta, casa, palacio or apartamento, Curiosa carry a wide range of window treatments and fabrics to suit your needs and desires. From traditional drapes to contemporary blinds, Curiosa can suggest options in a variety of colors, patterns and styles, at the most competitive prices.
It’s binge night for fashionistas and shop-aholics! It’s the one night of the year in Portugal to celebrate all that is fashion and fun…at discount prices. It’s Vogue Fashion’s Night Out Lisbon 2016, set for 15 September. So grab your credit card, your shopping bag, some fashionable friends and meet us on the streets of Lisbon.
If you’ve ever travelled on the EN125 between Faro and Almancil, you’ve seen it. It’s the large shop, painted orange and black, with a vast array of outdoor furniture on display on the front terrace. It’s Curiosa, your one-stop shop for furnishing and decoration. Next time, you need to stop!..
It´s a fashion store….an art gallery…an antiques shop…and even, a tapas bar! It´s a little bit urban…somewhat vintage…and a whole lotta cool. It’s a great cultural spot to hang, do a little shopping, enjoy some art and take a break. It´s Armazém in Porto.