Established brands and fashion designers continue to open new shops in Portugal. Hackett London is the newest clothier to roll out the welcome mat to Portuguese shoppers. This traditional menswear shop, featuring casual wear as well as men’s suiting, is located at Avenida da Liberdade, #151.
Art, nature, wisdom, heritage and traditions come together in innovative design products that are 100% Portuguese at JANS Concept. Fashions of linen and felt, and decorative items of ceramic and cork, are featured in this shop created by Isilda Pelicano. It’s the perfect spot to pick up a...
COS is now on Lisbon’s luxury street of fashion. People who know a thing or two about retail and shopping know that COS is the acronym for “Collection of Style”. They also know it’s the upscale offshoot of the extremely popular...
Nuno Gama, the popular Portuguese fashion designer, debuts a new flagship store in Lisbon. Gama is known for creating a very masculine aesthetic, mixed with touches of Portuguese heritage, in his menswear collections.
Galeries Lafayette is well-known for its attention to quality and sophistication. The store sells over 2,500 brands across high-end departments of fashion, luxury goods, beauty products, watches and jewelry, leisure and interiors, and gourmet food.
So, you want to get that special someone a lovely momento of Portugal, but really, a refrigerator magnet of a cockrell, or a T-shirt with a picture of Cristiano Ronaldo, just isn’t what you are thinking? Step inside a unique shop filled with original and traditional Portuguese products.
From the outside, on the historic street of Rua das Janelas Verdes in Lisbon, the space looks like it could be an art gallery. Or, is it a gift shop? Still not sure? Step inside Mona Ideas Store and you decide for yourself.
Call it a mini-mall. Call it a fashion bazaar. Call it a super concept shop. Or call it Lisbon’s cool, new shopping center for fashions, jewelry, lifestyle products and art. It’s Embaixada, a new collection of shops in the grand Ribeiro da Cunha Palace in Praça do Príncipe Real.