3 Portuguese brands to know

Far, far away (and under the shadow of Big Four fashion weeks in New York, London, Milan and Paris) there is a great fashion market blooming. Portugal Fashion highlights the talents of local designers and for you it’s high time to know some of them. Welcome to AW16 in Lisbon and Porto. Portugal Fashion, that celebrated… Read More

The echo of other times and the hope for the bright future – that’s what Nicolas Ghesquière wanted to convey in Louis Vuitton’s Autumn-Winter collection. Don’t miss it. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

Be or not to be?

According to today’s rumours: Karl is considering to finish his fashion career. Chanel’s upcoming resort show in Cuba may be Lagerfeld’s last. Will he go on retirement? Definitely it’s not the easy step to make.  Photo www.chaos-mag.com

Undressed at V&A Museum

Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear Great chance to discover the fascinating and sometimes controversial story of underwear design opens today at Victoria and Albert Museum, London. From the 18th century to the present day, the exhibition discovers the evolution of underwear design. Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear features over 200 examples of underwear… Read More

Fashion and IKEA?

What does IKEA has in common with fashion designers? Fact, for years now Swedish company has been working with designers, however, never from the fashion business. When difficult social and economic times drag many designers down, she does not give up. London-based fashion designer Katie Eary is a young talent to explore, as is her… Read More

Seven shades of nude

Why nobody thought about it before, that there isn’t one nude colour?  Christian Louboutin, you are the best.  Christian Louboutin introduced his first collection in 1991. Shortly after that his red-lacquered soles became the most desired stilettos in the world. (Read more about the designer in our text from Paris). In 2013 the designer launched… Read More