ModaLisboa Christmas POP-UP STORE moves to number 33 in Praça do Município, from November 25th to December 17th.
Focused on the promotion and commercialization of Fashion Design, ModaLisboa inaugurates its temporary store with the aim of strengthening the relationship between designers and their audiences, encouraging the conscious consumption of a conceptual, sustainable and ethical product.
BÉHEN. CALL ME GORGEOUS. CAROLINA MACHADO. CONSTANÇA ENTRUDO. DINO ALVES. DUARTE. FILIPE AUGUSTO. FORA DE JOGO. HIBU. LUÍS BUCHINHO. LUÍS CARVALHO. MARIA CLARA. PILAR DO RIO. RICARDO ANDREZ. VALENTIM QUARESMA.
There is, as usual, a curated selection of creations by each Designer, thought for the different audiences of ModaLisboa, with fair prices, promotions and diversity. But this POP-UP STORE also closes 2022 becoming a space that welcomes the novelty.
Béhen will launch BÉHEN Pour le Petit Monde, a line designed to continue the tradition of children's layette, with a capsule collection up to six years old, which aims to enhance the passing on of know-how from generation to generation.
Constança Entrudo is also preparing new pieces to launch at ModaLisboa POP-UP STORE, including an upcycling capsule collection. Made with special materials that the brand hasn’t used in past collections, this selection reappropriates the brand's codes and reaffirms its conceptual work and mission of minimizing waste.
Luís Buchinho will present his first graphic novel. With texts by João Andrade and edited by the Cecília Zino Foundation, in Madeira, which supports children and adolescents at risk, the Comics illustrated by the designer is born from the stories of those who inhabit the foundation. With the aim of making the public aware of the harsh reality of many childhoods, SAL will be on sale at our POP-UP STORE.
ModaLisboa's Christmas POP-UP STORE will be open every day — except Sunday — from 11 am to 7 pm, in a location of Lisbon City Hall that is also a showcase for the city, and maintains its mission to value talent and consolidate Fashion as a cultural product.
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