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Fashion and Lifestyle Pop-Up Store

Meet the brands that were present at the Fashion and Lifestyle Pop-Up Store
Alice & Co.

Alice & Co.

alicecostore.com
Alice & Co. is a Portuguese jewellery brand attentive to emerging trends for women who like timeless and contemporary pieces. A brand that seeks to meet the women wishes, but always keeping it's DNA alive. Alice is delicate, feminine and sophisticated.
Ambitious

Ambitious

ambitious-shoes.com
Ambitious is a men's footwear brand born from a family business based on quality, tradition and excellence of manufacture. With a forward-looking attitude and aiming to develop a new approach to men's footwear, the company, founded in Portugal in 1994, invested in technological innovation to increase value and make a statement in the international market.
António Castro

António Castro

António Castro was born in Lisbon, in 1993. In 2016, he graduated in Textile Design from Central Saint Martins, in London. 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.
AsPortuguesas

AsPortuguesas

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ASPORTUGUESAS are a new footwear concept which doesn’t leave the Planet’s sustainability barefoot. It’s the world’s first cork flip-flops brand, using a 100% natural raw material that is born from a tree and is retrieved every nine years, without the tree ever being cut.
Baseville

Baseville

instagram.com/basevillept
Baseville is a feminine brand of essencials that works in a 360 perspective on sustainability. It's mission is to celebrate the feminine silhouette with timeless garments, that will help women to be in fullness, with the certainty of conscious consumption in balance with nature.
Buzina

Buzina

instagram.com/buzinabrand
Buzina is a Portuguese brand created in 2016 by Vera Fernandes, keeping in mind women who like unusual pieces of clothing in their closet. This brand defends the exclusivity of the garments as well as the quality of the fabrics. All pieces are one size fits all, requiring some creativity by the woman wearing them. Buzina is made, essentially for a woman with attitude.
Cristina Real

Cristina Real

cristinareal.com
Cristina Real was born in Lisbon in 1989. After graduating in Fashion Design at MODATEX, she interned with the designer Alexandra Moura, in Lisbon. In 2014, she won the second place at IDA (Internacional Design Awards) contest, in the sportswear category. In 2015, the designer represented Portugal, in a Young Europeans Designers Contest in Oporto. Between 2014 and 2016, she presented her collections at Sangue Novo, the young designer’s competition of ModaLisboa. Currently, she presents her work at the Workstation platform.
Cuscuz

Cuscuz

cuscuzdesign.com
Cuscuz is a sustainable brand which focus on fashion accessories and design. All products are handmade with reused natural materials. A father and daughter project, that values handmade products. Each product aims to convey values of well-being of individuals, habits of consumption based on a slow model, and a harmony of society with the environment. Unique, customizable, timeless and genderless pieces, where quality comes before quantity.
Francisco Félix

Francisco Félix

franciscofelix.com
Francisco Félix is an emerging fashion brand which wants to ship style worldwide, and hail from Portugal. The clothes want to reach and reflect a modern woman with an underground, unapologetic style. Carte blanche is given to the female customers to wear what they want, when they want. Francisco Félix is a big supporter of ethically sourced sustainable materials, all of which are handcrafted by Portuguese artisans.
Joana Ribeiro Jewelry

Joana Ribeiro Jewelry

joanaribeirojoalharia.pt
Joana Ribeiro Jewelry is a registered brand that aims to create appealing jewelry for women with a strong aesthetic sense. The brand’s pieces not only recreate nature’s shapes, but also seek to emphasize its textures, making each ring and necklace fascinating and interesting to touch. Recently the brand was distinguished internationally as one of the winners of the contest CHALL’ANGEL in Paris, France.
Joana Santos

Joana Santos

joanasantosjewellery.com
Joana Santos is a Portuguese emerging designer of contemporary jewelery. Her minimalist and geometric work is mostly inspired by architectural shapes, but also in nature and art, contrasting the rationality of the line with delicate techniques and unpredictable detailing. All the pieces are exclusive and original, designed and realized by the designer in her studio, in Porto.
Kapaó

Kapaó

kapaoproject.com
Kapaó is a Portuguese brand dedicated to make handmade accessories, using only natural fibers and materials from different cultures around the world. The intention is to keep traditions, giving new life to crafts techniques that have been disappearing with disuse, as well helping craftsmen to stay motivated and feel valued. Kapao's mission is to create aesthetic products with a modern design without compromising their sustainability
Marc Mau

Marc Mau

facebook.com/MARCMAUhandcrafted
MARC’s name may be MAU but he is a good guy. And what he does, he does it good. Being curious every day, he creates unique pieces and accessories. Made of selected materials, combined with carefully chosen fabrics from all over the world, infused with skills, aesthetic and fun. Continuously experimenting and investigating on new materials, styles and techniques.
Maria Beirão Portugal

Maria Beirão Portugal

instagram.com/mariabeirao.portugal
Maria Beirão is a portuguese brand. The brand’s collections are created by Maria Beirão and inspired by her personal experiences. It aims to create a diversified line of jewelery, mixing techniques and using different materials, always following a minimalist and timeless line. The small details give a unique glow to each piece.
Marita Moreno

Marita Moreno

maritamoreno.com
Marita Moreno is a footwear and accessories brand created in 2008 with a unique and ethical perspective. Ethics, transparency in production and social responsibility have always been values intrinsic to the brand. The commitment as a company is to use sustainable and ecological practices, thus minimizing the impact economic activities generate in the environment as well as alert customers about how they consume and change habits and mentalities.
Noogmi

Noogmi

noogmi.com
Noogmi is a Portuguese brand that draws inspiration from its origins perfectly joining with design and comfort. The richness of the raw materials associated with the Portuguese handcrafted production translates into a pure and delicate line. The pieces are manually produced with Portuguese traditional materials such as burel and cork, which, when paired with cotton, reveal their uniqueness and singular comfort.
Nuuk

Nuuk

nuukjewellery.com
NUUK is a contemporary and minimalist jewellery brand launched in 2014. NUUK's philosophy is the use of linear and geometric shapes as well as delicate and natural materials. Each jewel is original and designed to inspire an urban and modern look yet simple and elegant, signed for every occasion.
Opiar

Opiar

Artur Dias, designer of Opiar brand, began his studies at the Soares dos Reis Artistic School, and graduated in fashion design at Modatex, Porto. Linked to performative area from a young age, Artur develops an interest and esteem about everything that is performative and artistic in fashion, exploring its expressiveness and scenographic ambiance. After the presentation of three collections at Sangue Novo, ModaLisboa’s Young Designers Competition, Opiar currently integrates Workstation platform.
Oxymora

Oxymora

oxymora-ivb.com
Oxymora is a retorical figure in which incongruous or contraditory terms are combined, as in a deafening silence and a mournfuloptimist. Oxymora is a brand that uses the contrast of the presente and the future. The natural and the unnatural.The brand is a multi gender brand. It is inspired by tailoring, techwear and workwear.
Paparina

Paparina

paparina-store.com
Paparina is a brand designed and made in Portugal. Paparina’s swimsuits are adjustable and adaptable to every woman’s body, according to their needs, so they can fulfill a swimsuit’s purpose: dress, walk, swim, tan. The materials are recycled from fisherman’s nets found in the ocean, from PET plastic bottles or even from factories’ production waste.
Sako Bags

Sako Bags

sakobags.com
A country of beaches and fishermen, Sako, through colors, materials, and graphic references, becomes a signature that reinterprets the traditions of the Portuguese people and recreates them in a bag. Made with materials adapted to the high seas, it becomes a sturdy backpack, while presenting an urban and modern design capable of satisfying different personalities and contexts.
The White Raven

The White Raven

instagram.com/thewhiteraven_
The White Raven is a label of hand crafted, artisan pieces, marrying ancient textiles arts with timeless design. A romance inspired by generations of culture, art and traditions coupled with the mystery of creating wearable art.
Vera Manzoni

Vera Manzoni

veramanzoni.com
Vera Manzoni was born in a traditional family from Lisbon. She started her studies in Goldsmithing and Metals at the António Arroio School and continued her training in Jewellery at AR.CO. She graduated in Jewelery Design at the Superior School of Arts and Design, in Porto. With a studio in Chiado for 15 years, Vera Manzoni develops limited and intemporal collections in the area of jewellery and decoration, with her unmistakable style.
Zouri

Zouri

zouri-shoes.com
Zouri is a creative, vegan, sustainable and ethical design movement. 100% Handmade in Portugal in an ethical and fair way. Reinventing footwear, linking author design to social and environmental responsibility. Each Zouri reuses the equivalent of 6 plastic bottles from the Portuguese coast. The plastic is collected together with local institutional partners, schools and NGOs.

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About Wonder Room

In this issue of Wonder Room we welcomed a collection of brands from the jewelry, manufacturing, footwear, apparel and lifestyle areas. We had a chance to see live about how some of the products are made and to learn more about the stories behind this trending players.


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