Moda Lisboa S/S17 | Luis Carvalho

HEART OF GLASS
Inspired by Debbie Harry’ style comes “Heart of Glass”, a collection inspired in the 70’s pop/rock styles.

The sillouette ranges between crop/long and skinny/XL, in materials that contrast between the fluid and the structured that are explored in different textures. Details like stripes and metal applications emerge in evidence or in small details.

The color palette has as reference to the works of the 70’s artist, Gretchen Albrecht.

Alex D’Alva (lead singer of D’Alva) performed live his own version of Blondie’s Heart of Glass. Check video for full show.

SILHOUETTE Skinny vs XL, crop vs long

COLORS Coral, red, dry green, bottlegreen, pink, royal blue, white, black

MATERIALS Mesh with vinyl finish, coton twill, cotton, cupro, silk

SPONSORS Riopele, Vilartex, Boutique Das Meias, Pretonubranco

Moda Lisboa S/S17 | Ricardo Preto (Women)

DO YOU SEE ME?
Being the second collection designed by Ricardo Preto exclusively for Rustan’s, the designer gathered inspiration from the lush vegetation of Philippines and the pure lines of modern Architecture, transforming it in structured silluettes, made of brocades in greens and pinks, thought to face the urban jungle.

The compromise between the structure and flow of life is present in this collection, in fit and flare silhuetes, colored in navy, nude and white. Clothes that live beyond the seasons, inspired by beauty and harmony of forms, designed to evolve along with you. Check video for full show.

Moda Lisboa S/S 17 | Ricardo Preto (Men)

WALK ON BY
Inspired by the need of feeling safe and confortable on your own skin, the urban Men finds, in this collection, the easiness of an adaptable wardrobe to every situation of your day-to-day.

Composed by functional pieces, colored in blue, green, black and white, made for people who want to feel like themselves, through every moment of their lifes. Check video for full show.

Moda Lisboa S/S 17 | Morecco

Morecco Lisboa presents for Spring Summer 2017, it’s second full collection of clothes, jewellery and accessories.

A celebration of colours, textures and materials. João Magalhães, the brand’s designer, explored Buddhist and Tibetan costume, psychedelic and transcendental meditation, and even deep sea diving in the Komodo islands coming together to create a kaleidoscopic journey expressed through fluid tailoring, deconstructed knitwear and draping. In addition intricate handmade fastenings in gold, silver and pearls, and headpieces intended to transmit the idea of a utopian sea.

Particular attention paid to cut, construction and finish. Materials are as always the finest possible, with natural fibers and silks used throughout. Print takes as it’s source the Nudibranch. Check video for full show.