Constança Entrudo is a portuguese born textile designer based in Paris.
Immediately after graduating from her BA Textile Design at Central Saint Martins, Constança Entrudo launched her label in 2017 with a Spring Summer 18 presentation at Lisbon Fashion Week. Recently she has moved to Paris to work for Balmain as well as on her own label.
All of Constança’s pieces are gender neutral and ageless. They aim to highlight that her approach to creation is based on the freedom to have ideas, unconstrained by any pre-existing rules or framework and to be able to make them realities through the process of research and experimentation.
In THE GARDEN OF FORKING PATHS, a collection made possible by the support of Discover Madeira and Trimalhas, Constança Entrudo invites you to explore her hometown - the idyllic Madeira Islands - where she has always drawn inspiration from. Focusing on iconic pieces, she allows herself to experiment with innovative materials; using melting prints that appear through these themes of fragmentation and distortion; using her signature unfinished woven fabrics coming apart which interact with handmade ceramic buttons (a collaboration with ceramist Vasco Futscher).