ModaLisboa moves forward despite coronavirus threat
ModaLisboa is back for another season, taking place just days after the end of Paris Fashion Week. Happening amid the uncertainty due to the coronavirus, which has led to various cancellations across the industry, the event will provide once again a moment of inspiration in the Portuguese capital.
MomaLisboa has not been stopped by the coronavirus outbreak. Launching on Thursday 5 March and running until Sunday 8 March, the event is set to go ahead. A show from United Fashion at the city hall kicks off the unveiling of the Autumn/Winter 2020 collections on opening day.
On Friday 6 March, the schedule of shows at the Campo Santa Clara includes Sangue Novo, a support programme for emerging designers and new talent, as well as Carolina Machado, Duarte, Valentim Quaresma and Carlos Gil.
The weekend will continue with the presentation of avant-garde designers as part of Lab, including Joao Magalhaes, Buzina, Constança Entrudo and Hibu. Established names will also take part, such as Luis Buchinho supported by Portugal Fashion, Ricardo Preto, Luis Carvalho, Gonçalo Peixoto, Nuno Gama, the Awaytomars collective andr Ricardo Andrez. The final presentation will come from local star Dino Alves, with a show scheduled for Sunday 8 March at 9pm.
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