All The Highlights From Lisbon Fashion Week 2019

Moda Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal, Fashion Runway
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Lisbon FW returned on October 9 -11 showcasing S/S20 collections from top Portuguese designers

Spring 2020 has already kicked off and it’s time to review all the style trends in womenswear, according to the Moda Lisbon fashion designers and Portuguese luxury brands. It appears that designers are now more frequently presenting timeless and continuous collections - and we're all here for it.

The main trends? Strong colours - think orange, yellow, pink - and soft tones, like water-green. There are many designers for both men and women that have introduced designs and unique new looks with these energetic and optimistic colours, that call for sunny summer days. Beatriz Juliao, Aleksandar Protic, Carlos Gil, Dino Alves, Nuno Gama, Luis Onofre, and Contanca Entrudo all presented their activist spring-summer 2020 show, letting these bold colours take centre stage.

Lisbon Fashion Week 2019

On the Moda Lisbon catwalk, we have seen this trend in many versions - chic thanks to emerging designer Carolina Machado, or casual and urban according to Francisco Pereira. Valentim Quaresma and Ricardo Preto have expressed creativity through fashion and art, remaining festive and glamourous with the feminine mark of Stoners. Cela and Luis Carvalho, and  Duarte and Imauve, meanwhile, are living proof of the versatility of the colour beige, a hue that reigns supreme this season.

Lisbon Fashion Week 2019

Following with the tailoring of the season, a trendy detail for a more modern, updated look is wearing a suit wrap-around (as advocated by Francisco Pereira), or as a kimono-styled piece, as seen with Kolovrat. During Lisbon Fashion Week, the winner of the Best Emerging Design collection, overseen through the eyes of BAZAAR's Fashion Director Anna Castan, is Flavia Brito, who introduced her vision and her personal creations as a hybrid of the fields of fashion, art, and jewelry, focusing on the body and its relations to society. Her current endeavours consist of developing conceptual works around clothing and objects. Finally, it was the famed Luís Carvalho that closed the 53rd edition of Moda Lisboa.

Luís Carvalho S/S20

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Moda Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal, Fashion Runway
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