Martim Alvarez started his artistic career in 2015, in the Costume and Set Design course at António Arroio school, collaborating with the Companhia Nacional de Bailado. In September 2018, he started a degree in Fashion and Textile Design at the Escola Superior de Artes Aplicadas, in Castelo Branco.
In 2018, he created the VEXO magazine, dedicated to national creatives, working with artists, photographers and designers. He was an intern Designer at Lidija Kolovrat's atelier and styling assistant to designer Archie Dickens. Recently, he has been working in the wardrobe of artists such as Ana Moura and Pedro Mafama. Now, Martim is dedicated to his brand, AMOR DE LA CALLE.
Photo: Beatriz Pessoa