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27. September 2019

CREATIVITY EQUATION: MODALISBOA PRESENTS THE FASHION SHOWS SCHEDULE

-  ModaLisboa,  ModaLisboa Collective

CREATIVITY EQUATION: MODALISBOA PRESENTS THE FASHION SHOWS SCHEDULE

MODALISBOA COLLECTIVE will take place from 10 to 13 of October and it's time to do the math. There will be 37 collections and 22 fashion shows. 7 designers on the LAB platform, 6 at Workstation, 10 selected for Sangue Novo. There are 4 days in 5 spaces, one of them open for the first time. In the end, the result is 1. An event. A fashion week in which boundaries and barriers are broken and the way of thinking and presenting fashion is reinvented.

There are fashion shows in classic format, but there are also presentations, happenings and performances that expand creativity and commit to showcasing the spring/summer 2020 collections of national designers in new ways. We start at the Palácio Sinel de Cordes, where the Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa is based, and where Workstation designers will intervene with the space. Fast Talks continue the first day immediately next door at the Mercado Santa Clara.

From the 11th, Friday, we moved to Antigas Oficinas Gerais de Fardamento e Equipamento do Exército, where two fashion show rooms occupy the stage. The Wonder Room, Check Point, Workstation Photographers and Illustrators, and various exhibitions bring life and buzz to this unknown space that we are eager to discover and celebrate. Therefore, we toast to creativity right after the first fashion show, Sangue Novo, with an APICCAPS happening that will feature an opening act by Fred, the musician who brought us this year's album The Love Meet You at the End, and now we bet the The end is in this Laranjeiras Garden that will, in fact, be love.

But we don't stop here. We have the honor to show in the Panteão Nacional, and we will travel through Lisbon to Rua das Amoreiras for an Olga Noronha exhibition. What's new on the calendar: HIBU on the LAB platform, the first STONERS by Colision Studios X Assimagra show and, under the partnership between the ModaLisboa and ANJE, responsible for Portugal Fashion, designers Luís Onofre, Carlos Gil and #DecenioAlexandraMoura present their collections in Lisbon.

ModaLisboa is bigger, broader and more open. It is today a collective of ideas, visions and opinions that come together with a common goal: to do everything for a more sustainable industry and a better world. We created a more complete event so we can hear more voices and think together.

Welcome to MODALISBOA COLLECTIVE. Fashion is future. And the future is collective.


SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 

17H00 - 18H00 WORKSTATION DESIGNERS | HAPPENINGS DE MODA 
ANTÓNIO CASTRO | ARCHIE DICKENS | CRISTINA REAL | FEDERICO PROTTO | OPIAR | RITA AFONSO
LOCATION: Palácio Sinel de Cordes | Campo de Santa Clara, 142

18H00  FAST TALKS | Mercado de Santa Clara

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11

18H00  SANGUE NOVO
19H30 HAPPENING BY APICCAPS | Jardim das Laranjeiras
20H00 HIBU | LAB
21H00 STONERS By Colisão Studios X Assimagra
22H00 VALENTIM QUARESMA
23H00 AWAYTOMARS

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 

14H30  NUNO GAMA
15H30 IMAUVE | LAB
16H15 JOÃO MAGALHÃES | LAB
17H00 PATRICK DE PÁDUA | Powered by Ambitious
18H00 RICARDO PRETO
19H00 #DECENIOALEXANDRAMOURA | Powered by Portugal Fashion
20H00 ALEKSANDAR PROTIC
21H30 LUÍS ONOFRE | Powered by Portugal Fashion
22H30 RICARDO ANDREZ 
23H30 DINO ALVES

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 

14H00  OLGA NORONHA | Coletivo 284 | Off Location
15H00 CAROLINA MACHADO | LAB | Panteão Nacional
16H00 CONSTANÇA ENTRUDO | LAB
17H00 DUARTE | LAB
18H00 GONÇALO PEIXOTO | LAB
19H00 KOLOVRAT
20H00 CARLOS GIL | Powered by Portugal Fashion
21H00 LUÍS CARVALHO
 

LOCATION:
Antigas Oficinas Gerais de Fardamento e Equipamento do Exército
Campo de Santa Clara, 167D


MODALISBOA COLLECTIVE
SS 20
10. 11. 12. 13 OCTOBER 2019
ANTIGAS OFICINAS GERAIS DE FARDAMENTO E EQUIPAMENTO DO EXÉRCITO

Official presentation of the Portuguese Designers’ collections.

Lisboa Fashion Week is promoted by the ModaLisboa Association in co-organization with the Municipality of Lisbon. The initiative is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Lisbon Operational Program from Portugal 2020.