Despite the ongoing threat of the coronavirus outbreak, Lisbon Fashion Week returned for another season on 5-8 March to celebrate local fashion, promote sustainability and strengthen its position on the global stage.
In a fast-changing fashion landscape, where content is consumed with incredible velocity on social media, FashionNetwork.com takes a moment to appreciate the ingenuity and flair of Portugal’s most talented designers.
The 2020 European Green Capital wants to become a leading hub for sustainability in the South of Europe. ModaLisboa invited experts to talk about the industry’s progress and challenges in its latest edition.
After joining Pitti Uomo as a guest in January, Portugal aims to strengthen its status as a leading fashion destination beyond manufacturing. FashionNetwork.com visited ModaLisboa to meet the nation’s top designers.
After a month dedicated to the four major fashion weeks, Lisbon will host ModaLisboa from 8 to 10 March. The event, which will explore new locations in the city, will feature up to 32 collections and 21 runway shows.
Known for its export potential, the Portuguese textile industry is currently seeking to balance its historical manufacturing models and raw materials with a young, sustainable fashion scene and its commercial ambitions.