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ModaLisboa For Good

15 February '24

In co-organization with the Municipality of Lisbon, the 62nd Lisbon Fashion Week presents a four-day program, based at Pátio da Galé.

MODALISBOA FOR GOOD Fashion presentation calendar combines the exploratory projects of the Workstation platform with the innovative approach of the LAB platform and new proposals from established Designers, completing itself with a global vision of the Fashion Industry, by hosting on its catwalk moments dedicated to Portuguese SoulAPICCAPS editorial project —; launch of the collaborative capsule collections Lion of Porches x paatiff (announced at the last ModaLisboa) and DECENIO x MOLNM, by Matilde Mariano; and It’s the Fit, not the Brand, an action that will remain secret until March 10th. On the same day, Pátio da Galé also hosts the Support Ukrainian Designers Initiative, a moment that results from the protocol between Associação ModaLisboa and Ukrainian Fashion Week — which has not been held in its country of origin since the beginning of the Russian invasion — to communicate Ukrainian creatives who continue to work, even under constant threat. Since 2022, UFW has supported its Designers by establishing partnerships with international Fashion Weeks such as London or Copenhagen. Now, it arrives in Lisbon with the collections of Darja Donezz, Omelia and Nadya Dzyak.

To reinforce a commitment to the city, contributing to a greater involvement in the creative process of Fashion Design, Dino Alves‘ fashion show will be open to the public. With the support of Betclic, this moment was designed together with Liga Portugal Betclic to celebrate the intersection between the conceptuality of Fashion design and the community spirit of football, in an invitation for all supporters of both sports to come together in Praça do Comércio on Friday, March 8th, at 9:30 pm.

Another of ModaLisboa’s missions has been to develop a calendar of Fashion presentations rich in new performance and scenographic approaches and which, in addition, boosts different cultural hubs in the city. Thus, Ivan Hunga Garcia takes his Haute-Gardenning to Pensão Amor, on Friday night.

After revealing for the first time, a year ago, the collections of the final year students of the Fashion Design course at Lisboa Social Mitra, IED – Istituto Europeu di Design returns to ModaLisboa with new names that reflect the future of the global Fashion Industry: Annarita Biava, Cristian Bogliano, Angelica Siddi, Matteo Rosellini, Maria Chiara Sorbino and the duo Alessio Dolfi and Carlotta Mora. Future Starts Slow: IED Graduate Fashion Show brings together six visions that transform the complexities of the present into pieces capable of reflecting a generation (more information here). In this edition, the catwalk is enriched by a dance performance and a selection of IED fashion films.