WONDER ROOM

Fashion and Lifestyle Pop-Up Store

Meet the brands that were present at the ModaLisboa's Pop-Up Store
A-Line Clothing

A-Line Clothing

alineclothing.com
A-Line is a women’s clothing brand that challenges conventions to create the perfect fit. The brand’s designs reflect what the A-line woman stands for: elegance, maturity and confidence. Designing the perfect styles and sharing them with women everywhere, A-line uses natural and delicate materials such as cotton and silk to design easy care, functional, high quality pieces. All the detail and dedication placed in the brand ́s handmade process results, every season, in surprising, soft and simple creations.
Alguidar

Alguidar

alguidarknit.pt
Alguidar is a portuguese brand of home knit textile products, which was created in Covilhã by designers Rui Lopes and Liliana Ribeiro. With original patterns and colorful textures, the knits are created with a hand knitting machine and crafted from national suppliers’ yarns. After several hours carefully knitting and sewing, Alguidar creates different home products such as blankets and pillows. Just like the Portuguese traditional object, Alguidar (bowl) also carries the most traditional and handcrafted Portuguese soul, intertwined with a contemporary design.
Alice & Co.

Alice & Co.

alicecostore.com
Alice & Co is the perfect balance between traditional and contemporary. Each handmade piece is made using natural pearls, making them unique. Alice is a Portuguese handmade jewelry brand with a twist of vintage inspiration.
Antiflop

Antiflop

instagram.com/antiflop
Antiflop unites two passions, scarves and art. The brand also creates patterns for its Iconic collection inspired by Portuguese history and culture.
Archie Dickens

Archie Dickens

archiedickens.com
Archie Dickens is a Co-Ed Knitwear brand delivering luxury one-off pieces that are environmentally conscious and handmade in the workshop in Anjos70, Lisboa. The brand was started in June 2018 and presented its first collection at the Sangue Novo - Young Designers Competition show during ModaLisboa, in October of the same year. Since then, Archie Dickens has shown in ModaLisboa in all seasons, currently integrating the LAB platform.
Armazém das Malhas

Armazém das Malhas

armazemdasmalhas.com
Armazém das Malhas is a family business with more than 50 years of history. Its activity began, in the 40's, in Lisbon, with the commercialization and production of textile clothing. With a distinctive design, keeping the tradition, Armazém das Malhas is a fair-trade brand, attempting to reduce the ecological footprint through a conscious production.
Béhen

Béhen

instagram.com/behen.studio/
Based in sunny Portugal but firstly imagined in India, BÉHEN believes in fashion being waistless and in one-off clothes made of antique textiles or textiles weaved with the magic of time in faraway lands. A brand born to be a storyteller, it tells the tales of women singing in hindi and dancing under Rajasthan’s sun. Women who step on the Portuguese sidewalk with ‘saudade’ on their chest. Women who saw the sunrise in Syria but don’t close their eyes to darkness. Women who want to change the world. Clothes ethically made by women communities around the world supporting Syrian boy’s and girl’s education.
Benedita Formosinho

Benedita Formosinho

beneditaformosinho.com
The Benedita Formosinho brand has as main focus the creation of timeless pieces, by design and quality, using natural, nobles and autochthones materials from our country. Promote the concept of sustainability in a creative production made in Portugal, as a guarantee of cultural authenticity. With the wastes of its collections, Benedita Formosinho creates unique pieces giving them a new life. Timeless, ethical, sustainable, noble materials and techniques imbued with emotion that tell a story are the brand keywords.
Fermob

Fermob

lisboa.fermob.com
Fermob is french brand of outdoor furniture design, known for the colour domain. It is considered a modern brand, strongly associated with human values, love of work, innovation and a deep respect for the environment.
Ikigai powered by Rosários 4

Ikigai powered by Rosários 4

instagram.com/ikigaiknits
Ikigai is a gender neutral brand focused on producing clothes in a sustainable way, that is dedicated, in part, to knitting: a tradicional and naturally zero waste technique. The wool is produced in Portugal and has a ecofriendly certified. The fabrics used to make the the collections are from deadstock. Ikigai is also concerning to make garments that can adapt to many body types, playing with oversized fit and wide foldable bottoms, adjustable to many sizes.
Jé.

Jé.

jessicadiasjewellery.com
Jé is a Portuguese brand of handmade designer jewelry, inspired by organic shapes and textures.
João Bruno Design

João Bruno Design

joaobrunodesign.com
The brand João Bruno Design derives from the fusion of handcraft expertise, design and art. Its concept reinvents the use of an excellency raw-material in Portugal, the Arraiolos wool thread, by applying it to innovative, original and exclusively handmade furniture pieces. The work of the artisan and self-taught furniture designer mixes traditional techniques and also new ones with an absolutely contemporary language. The use of vibrant colors it’s one of its own distinctive identity.
Le Love

Le Love

instagram.com/lelove_dailyjewelry
Le Love is a jewelry brand with an elegant and fine line designed for the modern woman. The brand was created by Lara Fernandes, an ex-television producer, who left the TV for the fascinated jewelry world.
Lobo Apparel

Lobo Apparel

loboapparel.pt
Lobo Apparel’s purpose is to create quality garments and accessories, durable and with a timeless aesthetic. The brand tries to resist to trends so that its creations don’t evaporate over time and make history. Lobo Apparel intends to contribute to a better planet, saving its resources as much as possible and preserving the environment. Part of its products and raw materials derive from production leftovers.
Marc Mau

Marc Mau

facebook.com/MARCMAUhandcrafted
Marc Mau is a brand of wearable pieces and accessories handmade out of carefully chosen fabrics from all over the world combined with recycled materials, and merged with know-how, good taste and good mood.
Marie

Marie

somosmarie.com
Dedicated to a free and beautiful woman, Marie wants to combine comfort and beauty in its creations. Its pieces are produced responsibly in Portuguese companies and made with most detail and respect for nature.
Möm(e)

Möm(e)

momeportugal.com/pt
Möm(e) is a Portuguese brand born from the love for children. A love that projects itself on limited collections with high quality pieces, made by the best seamstresses, whose hands, full of history, savoir-faire, and knowledge, translate passion, care, and concern into each detail.
Noogmi

Noogmi

noogmi.com
Noogmi is a Portuguese brand that draws inspiration from their origins, perfectly married with design, comfort and tradition. The richness of the raw materials associated with the Portuguese handcrafted production translates into a pure and delicate line. Noogmi produces manually with Portuguese traditional materials such as burel and cork, allied to cotton, revealing their uniqueness in singular pieces with strong believes in sustainability and zero waste.
Not Yet Famous…

Not Yet Famous…

not-yet-famous.net
Not Yet Famous… is a Portuguese brand, born in 2019 with a rebel and independent spirit. Its goal is to create original, high quality, sustainable apparel that makes the inner rock star shine. The brand doesn’t care about fashion trends: it cares about the planet. That’s why Not Yet Famous… only use sustainable materials, recyclable packaging and doesn’t follow the fashion calendar, avoiding waste, dead stocks and fast consumerism.
Nuuk

Nuuk

nuukjewellery.com
Nuuk is a contemporary and minimalist jewelry brand created in 2014. Its main philosophy is the use of linear and geometric shapes, as well as, delicate and natural materials that create timeless pieces. Each jewel is original and designed to inspire an urban and modern look yet simple and elegant, signed for every occasion. All pieces are exclusively designed and produced in Oporto, Portugal, always with a focus in quality and longevity.
Opiar

Opiar

instagram.com/opiar_ium
Opiar addresses clothing based on the philosophies of one-man labor and sustainable slow fashion. All the developed products are made with deadstock, scraps or recycled and upcycled materials. The process is entirely made by the designer, from the design, pattern cutting and the making of the piece. This whole process, in addition to a bigger proximity and work ethic, allows it to be always unique and exclusive.
Paparina

Paparina

paparina-store.com
Paparina is a beachwear, lingerie e nightwear brand designed and made in Portugal. The swimsuits are adjustable and adaptable to every woman’s body, according to their needs, and made with materials recycled from fisherman’s nets found in the ocean and from plastic bottles PET, or come from big factories leftovers. The beachwear collection is made with organic and bio linens and cottons and the lingerie and nightwear collections are also made from upcycled materials. Each collection is exclusive and limited edition.
Sanjo

Sanjo

sanjo.pt
Sanjo returned in September 2019 with a new attitude. The brand intends to work the duality of the old and the new, bring the classics back to our days and continuing to work the legacy and unique DNA that Sanjo is carrying for more than 80 years. Sneakers 100% made in Portugal, focused on quality and exclusivity, which are true cult objects.
Sensify by Laila Sorensen

Sensify by Laila Sorensen

sensify.eu
Sensify revolutionizes women's wear with an emphasis on practical, wearability and sustainability. Dedicated to a modern and active woman who wants premium quality, the brand creates unique collections, using only natural fibers, such as bamboo, cashmere, silk and wool. The fabrics’ touch and its comfort are especially important.
The Captain Socks

The Captain Socks

thecaptainsocks.com
The Captain Socks wants to create quality products that represented hobbies and jobs. Products Made in Portugal, all done with minimalist designs, so that they can be used in a formal or casual context. The brand believes that socks are an expression of love. And love deserves the best and strongest features: 200 needles, composed by combed cotton, seamless and jackard cuff.
Wayz for Life

Wayz for Life

wayzforlife.com
Wayz for Life is a sneakers brand with a humanistic footprint. Timeless, genderless, seasonless, versatile and made with eco-friendly materials. Proudly designed and ethically produced in Porto, Portugal, with local sourcing and production, using eco-friendly materials. The brand supports local communities - 1% of its sales help homeless people in Porto.
Wo Design

Wo Design

wodesign.pt
In WO Desing world, the curiosity, creativity and minimalism are interconnected and always evolving. The daily life and nature around are the brand’s main source of inspiration. Beauty exists in the smallest details of its products, colors, lines and shapes. Pieces made from high quality wood, some rare and exotic, which become essential objects for the daily lives. WO Design uses sustainable materials valuing its products and the Planet. Produced from a solid piece to the finest wooden sheet.
Zouri

Zouri

zouri-shoes.com
Zouri is an Eco-Vegan footwear brand made with plastic waste from the ocean. A manifest of sustainability and fair trade, with the selection of sustainable, natural and ethical materials, such as pinatex, made with pineapple leaves, certified organic cotton, hemp and linen produced in Europe and cork. All shoes are hand made locally and fairly in Guimarães.

ModaLisboa Awake

About Wonder Room

WONDER ROOM literally means a wonderful space. No space can be wonderful if you don't think about the other, if you don't think about your neighbor, if you don't think about the planet or the future. That's why, at AWAKE, our pop-up store was entirely filled with brands that take ethical production into account, have honest values and missions, and promote responsible consumption. In AWAKE, WONDER ROOM was wonderfully sustainable.

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