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.
Key style moments of the last century are celebrated by accessories designer Valentim Quaresma. From the Victorian era and Industrial Revolution, to Art Devo and Punk Rock, they are all represented in the collection.
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.
Over the years, the Valentim Quaresma presentation has become one of the most highly anticipated shows at ModaLisboa. The theatrics, the styling, and of course, the immense creativity involved in his collection always makes for an exciting, sexy and awe-inspiring experience.
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...
Valentim Quaresma has made a name for himself by designing unique, rich and luxurious high-fashion accessories. His headpieces, belts, necklaces, bracelets and more are individually works of art unto themselves. His latest collection, for Winter 2017, are architectural works featuring elements of strength found in nature such as stag horns, turtles and eagles, surrounded by intricate design detail.
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.
Under the theme “Habitat”, fashion accessories designer Valentim Quaresma creates a menagerie of flora and fauna found in natural habitats in our environment. Dragon flies dangle from necks, organic-like frameworks hug torsos, red coral hangs around shoulders and turquoise beads wrap around heads and bodies.