António Castro (Lisbon, 1993) graduated in Textile Design from Central Saint Martins, in London, in 2016. Interned, in 2012, with Lidija Kolovrat, in Lisbon, and in 2016 at Trend Union / Li Edelkoort, in Paris.
In 2018 and 2019, he worked in the Maison Margiela's textile department of the Artisanal collection, in Paris and, in parallel, worked as a developer of hand-woven textiles for John Alexander Skelton, in London.
He is currently doing his Fashion Masters at Central Saint Martins as the recipient of the L'Wren Scott Scholarship.
PHOTO: © Ana Paganini
wish you were here.
A voyage of a flâneuse and a flâneur in Japan.
Experiment 3 is directed to flâneuses and flâneurs. It encourages the spirit of wonder, eccentric role-play and the constant observation of society. These characters are not just street strollers but they become important participants in society. They are the painter and at the same time the painting.
Japan Research supported by Fundação Oriente
Special Thanks to:
Samuel Bt and Alejandro Mora Alba
Kazuo Ohno Dance Studio, Yoshito Ohno and family
Kyoto Costume Institute and Ms. Rie NII
Yamanashi Textile Region, Ms. Kaori-san, Mr. Tetsuya-san, Ms. Rie-san, Mr. Funakubo-san, Mr. Maeda-san, Mr. Tatsuyasu, Mr. Shigetoshi-san
And many who have contributed for this amazing experience.