During last Lisbon Fashion Week I’ve been invited to the backstage of Olga Noronha show to snap some images, that would capture moments from preparation to the actual show. As this was my first time at ModaLisboa, I was a bit stressed from all the silly reasons possible: mainly not being sure what kind of light they have in the backstage area and if I needed to take speedlight or maybe even off-camera flash - these kind of things. I took my speedlight and it was just fine.Read More
Then it comes to fashion trends - one can always choose wether to follow or not. It is a common mistake to think that trend is synonymous word to “rule”, but fashion never really has rules or boundaries - it is entirely your own show. Trend is no more than mutual vision reflecting in number of garments, it is rather suggesting an idea than giving you advice of how to be cool this season. At least this is how I like to think about it.
As ModaLisboa has closed its doors till next season, here is a list of ideas how to update your wardrobe for the next autumn/winter.Read More
The first day of Lisbon Fashion Week started with SANGUE NOVO - a fashion show of young designers selected to this year’s edition. 9 designers had to present a small collection of 10 outfits, based on their vision for AW16/17 season which would have a chance winning a permanent place to showcase future collections at ModaLisboa and sell at ComCor - Lisbon’s well known concept store. The other lucky one would be selected to represent Portugal in the next edition of FashionClash - held in June, in Maastricht.Read More