#DesignerTalk1 – ModaLisboa
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Carolina Raquel

Carolina Raquel graduated from Fashion Design Womenswear at London College of Fashion in 2018. While studying, she worked with different designers and creative teams: Alexandra Moura, Christopher Kane, Roksanda and Simone Rocha. In October 2018, she presented ‘induviae’, her graduate collection, at Sangue Novo, the Young Designers Competition of ModaLisboa, being awarded with the FashionClash prize. In March 2019, Carolina presented ‘A complex form’ at Sangue Novo and was awarded with the ModaLisboa Award for Best National Designer: a Master’s in Collection Design, at Polimoda, in Florence.


Filipe Augusto

Filipe Augusto graduated in Fashion Design at Modatex, Porto, in October 2016. He worked as an intern at the atelier of the Portuguese designer, Luís Buchinho and in 2017, he joined Principal Magazine's team, as production assistant and stylist for the fashion editorials. In October 2017 and March 2018, he presented two collections at the Sangue Novo competition of ModaLisboa. In the first edition of the contest, he received an honorable mention and in the second he won the first place. In June 2018, he started his career as instructor at the Modatex textile and fashion school and in October of the same year, he joined the Workstation platform at ModaLisboa.


Inês Manuel Baptista

From an early age linked to the artistic production, Inês Baptista graduated in Art History from the University of Coimbra. She was a dancer and teacher of classical ballet, having been part of her career the design of dance costumes. Inês found in fashion a new way of expression, bringing her narratives to life through her creations. In 2018 she joined the Master in Fashion Design at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon. In March 2020, she won the ModaLisboa x Polimoda award in Sangue Novo, ModaLisboa’s Young Designers Competition, which gave her the opportunity to attend a Master in Collection Design at Polimoda, in Florence.


Sandra Dias | Moderator

Sandra Dias works in Fashion for more than 20 years and, for the last 18, she has been doing so in the media. In 2019, she founded the digital platform terramotto.com, where she writes about fashion and sustainability. At the same time, she promotes awareness actions for the selective gathering of textiles and accessories. She was the fashion editor of LuxWoman magazine. Before that, she integrated the founding team of Vogue Portugal. She passed through Elle Portugal and collaborated with Máxima, Umbigo and Dif magazines. Graduated in Fashion Design from IADE, Sandra was José António Tenente’s assistant. She adores fashion and believes that the sector can reinvent itself to be more sustainable.


March 23, 2021