ModaLisboa Mais – ModaLisboa
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ModaLisboa Mais

We looked at the world. From up close and from far away. From above, from below, from the middle. From all sides and angles. We encountered uncertainty and hesitation, uncontrollable hurricanes, inevitable changes. One of them, very clear: in October, it would make no sense to impose any season on ModaLisboa designers. Designers who, due to the pandemic, have compromised (at least) two seasons of their work. Designers who work every day to make the Fashion industry in Portugal a reality, not an utopia. For these designers, their teams and their product, we are creating a free platform event, in which fashion shows, happenings and presentations, physical and digital, coexist to design something new. Something bigger. To design something MAIS.


September 30, 2020