5-8 October are the dates for ModaLisboa Luz, the presentation of Spring | Summer 2018 collections from some of Portugal top designers, rising stars and next generation designers.
For Fall/Winter 2017/18, Lidija Kolovrat takes us on a journey to South America. Andean culture is on full display in her collection featuring woven wools, with native geometric patterns and rich embroidery.
They say, creativity has no limits. Organizers at ModaLisboa (aka Lisbon Fashion Week) have to agree. That’s why their theme for Fall/Winter 2017/2018 is BOUNDLESS.
Everybody come TOGETHER! It’s that time of year again. Time to see what the fashionable folks of Portugal will be wearing during the warmer months of the next year. It´s TOGETHER!...the four-day event where top...
The ominous collection from Lidija Kolovrat for Winter 2017 is all about long and straight. Women’s dresses are formless but lean. Men´s dresses are full and long. Thrown in an oversized jacket to create a voluminous look. A unique application of macramé offers a fresh approach to the sheer concept. Black, black and black is punctuated with vibrant blue and yellow, with some earth tones to balance out the contrasts. The ominous collection from Lidija Kolovrat for Winter 2017 is all about long and straight. Women’s dresses are formless but lean. Men´s dresses are full and long. Thrown in an over-sized jacket to create a voluminous look.
A kiss is something that never goes out of style. So, to celebrate their 25th anniversary, ModaLisboa (also known as Lisbon Fashion Week) is sending out kisses to designers, manufacturers, retailers and fashionistas. ModaLisboa KISS, a showcase of Portuguese designer collections for Fall/Winter 16/17 is set for 10-13 March at Paáio da Galé.
For her Kolovrat label, Lidija Kolovrat designs garments for a sophisticated clientele who “wear clothes ‘with feeling’”. Her collection for Spring | Summer 2016 doesn’t disappoint, with men- and womenswear that are truly her unique voice. Skirts, dresses, shorts and baggy shirts are strictly black and white with a touch of blue. Look closely, though, and you might see something more in the prints.