Meet the brands that participated in the digital Wonder Room of ModaLisboa Comunidade
Açaí com Granola

Açaí com Granola

acaicomgranola.pt
Açaí com Granola began as a swimwear brand, but since Rita Lencastre and António Ferreira launched the brand, in 2013, the concept has transformed to gain a new dimension. Nowadays it has a shop in Mar Shopping and an online platform where, besides having 100% portuguese made swimwear collection available, it also has clothes, a fitness line, knitwear, accessories and bijouterie. Açaí Home & Lifestyle is the sister brand, just launched, with its first collection of Portuguese ceramics and home objects.
Almavina

Almavina

instagram.com/aalmavina
Liliana Pereira launched the Almavina project in 2017. Inspired by Trás-os-Montes, the pieces serve as a tribute to the anonymous workers of the vineyards — they are busts with closed eyes that convey the soul of wine, introspection and hard work. Therefore, there is a marked Portuguese visual memory in their facial expressions, made by hand without molds, so that each piece has its own personality.
Anna Westerlund

Anna Westerlund

annawesterlund.com
Founded in 2013 in Lisbon, Anna Westerlund is an atelier where reality and fantasy meet, drawing and painting interface, and no two pieces are alike. Anchored in the belief that error is an advantage in the path towards individualization, the slow living workspace promotes small scale quality production, supported by an ecological design, aware of the authentic, lasting beauty of each object produced. The impromptu strokes of colour and the naivety of the drawing lines are fingerprint-like details that imbue each object the author makes with humanity and singularity.
Archie Dickens

Archie Dickens

archiedickens.com
Archie Dickens is a Knitwear and Textile Designer living and working in Lisbon. He is a Royal College Of Art Fashion Knitwear graduate and has a BA in Textile Design from Chelsea College Of Art, in London. His studio is in NucléoA70, in Anjos, Lisbon.
Awaytomars

Awaytomars

awaytomars.com
Founded in 2015, AWAYTOMARS has been wildly successful in its mission to build an international community of creative talents. AWAYTOMARS puts the power to create in people’s hands; a movement for a new global aesthetic, where there is no I, only We. The online platform is available for a constant exchange of ideas and the possibilities for contributions to the creative industry are endless.
Beatriz Jardinha

Beatriz Jardinha

beatrizjardinha.com
Jewelry was first explored by Beatriz Jardinha during extended travels to both India and Peru where she had the opportunity to learn silversmith and filigree techniques from old masters in immersive experiences. Through these trips and other adventures, Jardinha also became aware of the naturality with which different cultures approached beauty and ornamentation; jewelry can be big, bold and powerful but it need not be intimidating. Collecting experiences and knowledge on-the-go, Jardinha’s style reflects this inner freedom with every creation more of a study into an idea than a finished concept.
Béhen

Béhen

behenstudio.com
Saris, doilies, embroideries. Out of these treasures found in her grandmother's chest or in flea markets and antique shops, Joana creates fashion for this day and age. But she doesn't do it alone: a banner of the connection of women through textiles, BÉHEN collaborates with small communities of woman artisans to give the rags of yore a second life. Thus is spun the romantic tale between the brand and the fashion that favours time, skill, beauty and durability. And from there sprout the seeds for a richer, more ethical and more sustainable world too.
Buzina

Buzina

buzinabrand.pt
Fashion goes beyond looks and shows values, attitudes and unique personalities. Women´s empowerment has came as freedom! Every woman is unique, so the clothes she wears must be as well. Having this idea in mind, the Portuguese brand BUZINA has born in 2016 to dress all women who loves exclusive, different and versatile pieces on their wardrobe.
Byou

Byou

byoubb.com
More than a clothing brand, BYOU stands out for its inspiring voice, not only in matters of sustainability and preservation of the planet, but also in the empowerment of the individuality of each one of us. Conceptually, it sees pieces of clothing [commonly associated with the exterior aspect] as an extension of the interior. Because what we wear is always in accordance with what we are and how we feel.
Carolina Machado

Carolina Machado

carolina-machado.com
Carolina Machado is a Portuguese contemporary womenswear brand based in Oporto, Portugal created by young fashion designer Carolina Machado. Sophisticated, minimal and classy, inspired by the contrast between feminine and masculine lines, balancing the softness of the garments with the hardness given by raw finishes, Carolina Machado’s brand results in a line of unique, luxury feel and feminine pieces.
Casa Tigre

Casa Tigre

casa-tigre.com
The World is falling apart. What should we do? I'm anxious, what should I do? What can brothers do? Let's find a place that we can call home. Our place. A place where we can have a beer, listen to cool music, park our bikes, get a tattoo. Whatever. A place where we can find something unique. This is Casa Tigre, coming soon to Rua Maria, 49E, Anjos, Lisbon.
Cem Nós

Cem Nós

cemnos.pt
Cem Nós is an accessories brand, namely necklaces, that was born from the desire to create, imagine and manipulate different materials. The cord is the main element of the pieces, in addition to other materials such as rubber bands, rubber, electrical cables or applications. Its originality derives not only from the materials, but mainly from the way they are worked. Knots are the basis of most pieces, however, crochet stitches, interlacing and combinations with other materials also bring them to life. Whether with a hundred or without knots, they are always handmade.
Claus Porto

Claus Porto

clausporto.com/pt
The roots of Claus Porto stretch back to 1887, when two German gentlemen arrived in a beautiful, historic Portuguese town. The marriage of these two European identities led to the creation of this renowned house of beauty and fragrance. Through 134 years and 4 generations of ups and downs, glory and setbacks, Claus Porto prevailed. It developed its unique expertise in soaps, colognes, scented candles, home diffusers or men grooming products, crafting a philosophy of authenticity and an incredible portfolio of colourful hand-made labels and design patterns, each with its own unique personality.
Companhia Portugueza do Chá

Companhia Portugueza do Chá

companhiaportuguezadocha.com
Companhia Portugueza do Chá is a store in Lisbon specializing in tea, which gave new life to an old shoe store from 1880. Sebastian Filgueiras, the founder, is Argentinian, and the sacred ritual of tea leaves was passed on to him by his family. He lived in France, where he learned more about the complex universe of tea. When he moved to Lisbon, he didn’t find a business that translated his passion, and the idea of opening his own store was born. At Rua do Poço dos Negros, it sells tea and tea accessories.
Constança Entrudo

Constança Entrudo

constancaentrudo.com
Born and based in Lisbon, Constança Entrudo graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2017 with a BA in Textile Design. She has worked as a designer for Balmain, Peter Pilotto and Marques'Almeida. For her SS19 collection she held her first catwalk show in Lisbon Fashion Week and quickly gained notoriety for her deconstructed woven fabrics that result from a process which involves bonded recycled threads. Known for combining handmade fabrics and bold graphic prints, Constança Entrudo has attracted attention from the likes of Suzy Menkes.
Debora Silva

Debora Silva

deborassilva.com
Débora Silva is a freelance Visual Artist. Her work stands out thanks to its bold sculptural shapes. She creates, through digital arts, a three-dimensional narrative dissident from sculpture. Although working in digital media, the methods of creation are inspired by the traditional processes of sculpture. Registering “the singular”, it intends to demonstrate a collective identity, which is returned to reality by the new media and acquires new meanings. Her current work links the fields of sculpture and digital — making her way to VR, AR and 3D printing.
Diverge

Diverge

diverge-sneakers.com
Diverge was founded by a group of friends that got frustrated at how difficult it is to find sneakers that perfectly matched their style. That is why their mission is to help the customer better express their individuality and uniqueness by allowing them to actively participate in the creative process. Diverge delivers original, handcrafted and customizable sneakers. Either starting from a white canvas or from one of the brand’s curated inspirations, the customer can co-create quality sneakers to match their preferences. Their premium sneakers are ethically made to order using only high quality materials.
Dona Cerâmica

Dona Cerâmica

instagram.com/donaceramica
Dona Cerâmica is the brand that gives name to the Arfai Ceramics factory store, with 100% Portuguese pieces. On their page, the customer will find different pieces with creative textures that complete any space in any home.
Drama Lisboa

Drama Lisboa

dramalisboa.com
They call it "postmodern ceramics" for bringing their Hellenic, sculptural and conceptual forms to life through 3D printing. Drama Lisboa is a ceramic studio that is dedicated to innovation and thought, regularly collaborating with artists in limited editions, in addition to making available to the consumer prototypes that did not make it to production, and made to order pieces.
Duarte

Duarte

duartebrand.com
Ana Duarte graduated in Fashion Design at FA-ULisboa and finished, with distinction, her MA in Menswear Design and Technology at London College of Fashion, in January 2015. Ana Duarte presented the first DUARTE collection at Sangue Novo at Lisboa Fashion Week in March 2015. In October 2016, she presented, for the second time, at Sangue Novo and received an Honourable Mention Award, starting to present continuously at Lisboa Fashion Week in the LAB platform. DUARTE brand intends to redefine the concept of Sportswear Luxury, creating a cool lifestyle.
Eugénio Campos

Eugénio Campos

eugeniocamposjewels.com
Eugénio Campos Jewels represents history and exclusivity. The brand is recognized for its innovative and timeless creations in Portugal and around the world. Keeping abreast of world fashion trends, jeweler Eugénio de Campos creates totally personalized jewelry as a factor of exclusivity and affirmation of a lifestyle.
Exceed Shoe Thinkers

Exceed Shoe Thinkers

exceedshoes.com
Born in 2010, Exceed Shoe Thinkers is a Portuguese gender-neutral brand that has on its foundations the combination of five decades of expertise in the production of shoes and the will of a young and talented team of shoe thinkers. The result is an exceptional shoe and a brand of choice for a clever and cool consumer.
Foursoul

Foursoul

foursoul.pt
Foursoul is inspired by the elegance and transversality of the female figure, with an increasingly strong stimulus in urban culture. A street fashion brand that redefines itself with a contemporary approach that makes it closer to fashion.
Freshjealous

Freshjealous

freshjealous.com
Freshjealous is a Portuguese brand born in 2011, founded by Augusto Soares Silva, its creative director. Freshjealous’s team creates an unlikely streetwear with a fresh blend of textures and colors. That is what makes this brand more versatile and adaptable to any age. It frequently counts on the support of countless Portuguese artists and creators who contribute to their collections to make them unique.
Gazete Azulejos

Gazete Azulejos

gazeteazulejos.com
Gazete Azulejos is a tile painting workshop located in Porto and created for the promotion and preservation of Portuguese tiles. Inspired by them, they make reproductions of Portuguese patterns, customized murals inspired by their aesthetics and tile replicas for buildings that have lost some pieces. All of the tiles are hand painted with traditional techniques. Gazete Azulejos was founded as a way to finance the non-profit project Os Azulejos do Porto, a Porto facade tiles online catalogue.
Hey Darling

Hey Darling

heydarling.pt
Hey, darling has as its greatest purpose to bring together unique people, in a unique way and on a unique planet. The products are designed to make us feel good every step of the way. The brand’s community, "our darlings", is made up of people from all areas, inspiring humans, with stories to share, passionate about what they do and how they live. People like our founders who once met in a Lisbon café and decided that together they could start writing this story.
Inimigo

Inimigo

inimigo.com
Inimigo is a strong word, it means Enemy in Portuguese language, and its connected with the brand’s slogan: No Enemies No Character. In contemporary society, those who have character will create enemies. Irreverent, Inimigo gives it’s customers confidence and individuality with a sense of humor. Positive by nature, it recognizes the truth when we see it. This direct character is the basis of envy, that’s why we are surrounded by “Enemies”.
J-Ant

J-Ant

j-ant.com
J-ANT is a slow-fashion label striving for the revival of craftsmanship and handmade quality in today’s fashion industry. Supporting sustainability, J-ANT sells unique made-to-order fashion items and exclusive garments locally made in the studio in the Algarve, Portugal. Hereby, considering the techniques such as smock, crochet, embroidery and so forth. Although traditional, J-ANT focus highly on aesthetics and the somewhat innovative composition of it’s creations, making every design look attractive to the eye as well as unique and well made. Furthermore, it support sustainability.
Kolovrat

Kolovrat

lidijakolovrat.com
Bosnian born designer with a background in cinema and fashion, Lidija Kolovrat defines her language through deconstruction, urban culture and arts. As the head designer of Kolovrat, Lidija’s personal vision and dynamic are materialized in the unique fashion collections she creates and seasonally shows at ModaLisboa. Her true passion is to create meaningful garments to all of those who seek a differentiated style, in tune with their true, inner self.
Lachoix

Lachoix

lachoix.com
Lachoix is a direct-to-consumer brand defining a new era of luxury. It offers an elegant yet comfortable footwear that integrates effortlessly into a contemporary woman’s wardrobe. It was founded in 2015 by Fátima Carvalho with the urge of building a brand that was more than just a high-quality product, but a lifestyle brand that redefines the essentials of woman’s footwear, providing an elegant flat shoe with an androgynous inspiration. Loafers and slippers in noble materials like velvet and fur.
Lavandaria

Lavandaria

shop.lavandaria.net
Lavandaria is a graphic design and silkscreen workshop based in Lisbon. The project was first created in a place that used to be a neighbourhood Laundry Shop, which gave it the name "Lavandaria". Their silkscreen process is effectively manual from the beginning until the end. They use a hand-made light table to burn the frames and basic mechanisms to slowly print the color layers one by one. Time allows them to care about all the details gathering both elements together: paper and ink.
Leitão & Irmão

Leitão & Irmão

leitao-irmao.com
Leitão & Irmão, 200 years old Portuguese Crown jewelers, stands out for the manufacture of handmade, bespoke and personalized pieces, having as one of its values “Proudly made in Portugal by Leitão & Irmão”, which has become a reference. Its main workshop, a place where gold and silver jewels are restored and idealized, represent modernity, character and quality, integrating in the traditional production processes the most contemporary design techniques, producing exclusive and timeless pieces.
Lemur

Lemur

lemurdesign.dk
Created by Danish Designer Nanna Ringsing and Portuguese Architect Fernando Vale, Lemur wanta to inspire us to look at the objects that surround us in new ways. Show us that it’s possible to achieve more enthusiastic solutions. The kind of solutions that put a smile on our face. Lemur achieves this by taking an experimental but down to earth approach, always with the highest regard for functionality, proving that new approaches to the design of simple everyday objects are possible.
Lobo Apparel

Lobo Apparel

loboapparel.pt
Lobo Apparel is inspired by Bruno Pereira's woodworker grandfather, a wonderful storyteller and a lone wolf who always blazed his own trail. Ever tough and persistent like wood, he chose to work. Artistry was the mark of his craft that yielded everlasting objects. And that inspires the brand's founder and creative director, who wants people to wear and cherish their things, because by doing so, we're contributing towards a better planet, saving its resources to the fullest and preserving the environment in which we live
Luís Carvalho

Luís Carvalho

luiscarvalho.net
Luís Carvalho graduated in Fashion and Textile Design at the Polytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco. He worked at Filipe Faísca and Ricardo Preto’s studios. Luís Carvalho was a fashion designer at Salsa Jeans for two and a half years. In 2013 he created LUIS CARVALHO brand and presented his first collection at ModaLisboa and since then has been a constant presence at Lisbon Fashion Week. In 2014, he opened his first physical space in Vizela, LUIS CARVALHO | Studio, the brand's new home, which gathers his atelier and own store.
Manjerica

Manjerica

manjerica.com
Created in 2012, Manjerica aims to create quality pieces with a timeless appeal and functionality, inspired by the unique point of view of the designer and founder Teresa Bettencourt, greatly influenced by her homeland, the Azores islands. They are committed to sincere quality, honest production and conscious design, producing each bag in Portugal with the finest Italian materials. Based in Lisbon, they present a new luxury concept of design and craftsmanship at a fair price, combined with responsible and sustainable practices.
Mesh

Mesh

meshjewellery.pt
Mesh was born in 2016 but has its roots in 1950. When the founders’ grandfather, José Martins Barbosa, started to manufacture innovative machines and exquisite craftsmanship, the taste for fresh movements and refined arrangements was quickly noticed. By inheriting this vision and passion for jewelry, the two brothers, Tiago and João, realized that even today’s modern jewelry world lacks individuality. The opportunity was taken seriously and the dream came true. In 2020, Mesh launched its new online store and it will soon provide a new feature that allows the user to create their own customized piece of jewelry.
Misses White

Misses White

misseswhite.com
Misses White started its path as a brand for tailored shirts with a twist. It went from that to a world of white clothes personalized with accessories or by its one versatility.
Moche

Moche

loja.moche.pt
From a simple mobile communications service to an Altice Portugal brand, MOCHE's history is based on being where young people are, a brand that speaks their language, understands their needs and provides the best experiences. With a path of investment in the areas of music, gaming and skateboarding, MOCHE presents a new positioning and a new value proposal with the repositioning of the brand. Fashion, Art, Gaming, Music, Skate and Surf are the turfs of the new MOCHE Culture, represented by the MOCHE collective.
Mustique

Mustique

mustiqueworld.com
Mustique is a Lisbon-based Portuguese fashion brand, founded by two childhood friends, Vera Caldeira da Silva and Pedro Ferraz. It was during a trip to India in 2017 that the two fell in love with the art of 'block printing'. They were inspired by the craftsmen who used this ancient technique to create wonderfully complex patterns applied to different textiles, and decided to create a small collection of shirts printed in 'block printing', with the aim of supporting this art and sharing it with their friends in Portugal.
Nina Moniz da Maia

Nina Moniz da Maia

ninamonizdamaia.com
Nina Moniz da Maia launched a brand where, besides her name, she uses all her emotions, experiences and feelings to create her bags.All handbags are handmade and produced in Portugal, from the cut to the final process. The materials are from Italy — leather and hardware. They are a small team but full of love, dedication, passion and commitment. Nina Maia does her best in order to give the best experience, service and product.
Oficina 166

Oficina 166

oficina166.com
Constantly looking for new materials and creating different designs, the Oficina166 portfolio goes from decorative tapestries (mixing weaving and macrame techniques) and big natural woven branches, to lampshades, photograph embroidery and outdoor woven furniture, using nautical cord. Each piece is unique and has its own story. Large scale pieces are the brand image.
Opiar

Opiar

opiarstudio.com
Opiar is an entity that approaches slow-fashion in a premium and sustainable way. Their projects are made only with deadstock materials, recycled clothing and any kind of scraps or recycled materials. It also defends the #onemanlabor philosophy, as the entire process is exclusively developed by the Designer, Artur Dias.
Pandemónio Studio

Pandemónio Studio

pandemoniostudio.com
Pandemónio is a creative space that has existed since 2019. One of the co-funders it’s Kruella d’Enfer, a visual artist and illustrator that, at the time, gathered with other artists, such as Mantraste and Mafalda Slam, booth illustrators and, later, with Leonor Bettencourt Loureiro, cinema and advertising films director. Right now, Pandemónio’s team is constituted by four women: Kruella d'Enfer, Mariana Simão, Jaqueline Arashida, all of them in the illustration area, and Marcela Castelli who works in the fashion and is part of the Non Collective.
Pecegueiros & F.os

Pecegueiros & F.os

pecegueiro.com
Pecegueiro & F.os is a family brand designed by Sara Lamúrias and Pedro Noronha-Feio, and is based on the values of preserving the spirit of childhood in all its innocence. Sara and Pedro are inspired by their three children to develop the brand that is, above all, about color, simplicity and slow fashion. All products are produced locally and using locally sourced materials, in order to keep the carbon footprint as small as possible and ethical values as high as possible. Pecegueiro & F.os makes pieces that, hopefully, have several stories, and are passed onto future generations.
Ramos Cerâmica

Ramos Cerâmica

ramosceramica.com
Ramos Cerâmica was born from the desire to touch clay and to marry it with different materials and techniques: wicker, raffia, rope, wool; tapestry, basketwork, textile basketwork, sewing. Inspired by the natural elements, irregularities, the colors of dried flowers, light and corners. Every single piece is totally handmade with traditional techniques and there are no casts involved. They are imperfect, with different personalities and with the fingerprints of the one who created them.
Ricardo Andrez

Ricardo Andrez

ricardoandrez.com
Ricardo Andrez, graduated from Cooperativa Arvore and the Citex (School of textiles and design) in Oporto, explores images and products, with the motto: Thinking about Fashion is thinking about the body. Andrez established his own label in 2006, with men´s fashion forming the focus of his research. Since then, he has reinterpreted sportswear and streetwear. In 2008 and 2009, he presented his work at Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week, Barcelona Fashion Week and ModaFad (Barcelona), and in March 2010 he joined the official calendar of ModaLisboa, where he started to present his collections seasonally.
Roger That

Roger That

instagram.com/_thatroger_
Created in 2020, by the hands of Rogério Candian, ROGETHAT was born from the need for reinvention and reuse of noble materials. Original, unique, and 100% handmade, it focuses mainly on custom-made pieces, occasionally complemented by some capsule collections and adaptations of vintage pieces. Roger seeks inspiration organic elements and a psychedelic aesthetic, and this influence is visible in the shapes of stars, planets, moons, aliens and even spaceships, that his pieces assume an unpretentious and natural way.
Salomé Faria Jewelry

Salomé Faria Jewelry

salomefaria.com
Salomé Faria Jewelry is a Portuguese brand created in 2019, is born from the talent and passion of a veterinary doctor, who later started her journey in jewelry. The brand takes a contemporary approach which, at the same time, intends to be timeless, to jewelry. Organic lines and textures transform gold-plated brass into unique and unpretentious jewels, but full of identity and attitude. All pieces have feminine names. Strong names with personality, just as Salomé sees the essence of women.
Sara França

Sara França

sarafranca.com
Sara França started her brand in 2015, in Lisbon. Currently her studio is based in Ponta Delgada, São Miguel Island, in Azores, the designer's homeland. Sara's commitment to designing oversized silhouettes, developing pleated forms, creating patterns and choosing fabrics like velvets, silks or waterproof materials makes her designs and her brand authentic and unique. Inspired by sportswear, her designs are informed by oversized silhouettes with a main focus on woman and unisex pieces.
Saskia Lenaerts

Saskia Lenaerts

saskialenaerts.com
Saskia Lenaerts holds a Master degree in fashion menswear from Central Saint Martins, Winner of The Considered Design award sponsored by Johnstons of Elgin and L’Oreal Professionnel scholarship. Her work aims to disarm prejudice. It pushes for a more unified and borderless world, founded on celebrating both our cultural differences and commonalities.
Shop Charlote

Shop Charlote

shopcharlotteonline.com
Shop Charlotte was created in 2018 by Diana Martins. For her, Shop Charlotte’s creations are not just beautiful handbags but rather works of art that tell us a story. All pieces are handmade by Portuguese artisans, which makes each piece unique and timeless. In all Shop Charlotte bags you will find exclusive designs using a unique mix of natural elements and materials, such as leather, wicker or leaf.
The Boot Institute

The Boot Institute

thebootinstitute.com
The Boot Institute is 100% made in Portugal, produced with the highest standards of quality and manufacturing giving a huge emphasis to hand-making and finishing. They offer the best and most durable leathers and components you can find. Their main goal is to offer their customers style and comfort, comfort being vital to making their boots timeless. Their clients are independent, strong, and ambitious women that know exactly what they want and won’t compromise for anything less.
The Feeting Room

The Feeting Room

thefeetingroom.com
Created in 2015 and originally focused on footwear, The Feeting Room is a concept store with an online platform and physical stores in downtown Lisbon and Porto. It has grown into a global fashion and lifestyle range, always seeking to place itself alongside new emerging talent regardless of the area where it manifests. With a vision of offering the possibility of discovering new concepts and accessing differentiating products, The Feeting Room curates a selection of Portuguese brands and independent labels which are integrated in unique spaces that promote an informal but memorable experience.
Tomaz Design

Tomaz Design

tomazdesign.com
Elegance, Sustainability, Heritage define Tomaz’s philosophy, a trademark by Eliana Tomaz who believes in handcrafting and simple lines to create unique and distinct products. Established in 2015, the brand values ecology and functionality. The attention to detail and clean lines, as well as the choice of neutral and natural tones, make Tomaz a timeless brand and her products cherished forever. Eliana Tomaz works only with Portuguese high quality fabrics and vegetable tanned leather, together with the experience of craftswomen, to bring to their customers the best of what design can be. Each piece is hand-stamped with its unique number.
Two Hands Textile Studio

Two Hands Textile Studio

instagram.com/twohandstextilestudio
Vânia O. is an artisan, designer and creator of Two Hands, a textile art studio based on traditional artisanal techniques produced with high quality natural fibers.
Vanglória Jewelry Design

Vanglória Jewelry Design

vangloria.pt
Vangloria Jewelry Design® is body art that screams glory in a flower. It is an exuberant universe, exalting beauty, where originality and sophistication merge, in the creation of exclusive jewels that are a reflection of the bold spirit of the unique beings for whom they are created. Its creator, Vanessa Pires, uses artisanal techniques to design pieces with a strong conceptual component, resulting from the fusion between the concrete world of shapes and the intangibility of emotions, in an alchemical process that brings to light jewels full of symbolism.
Vicara

Vicara

vicara.pt
Vicara is a Portuguese design brand which, since 2011, edits exclusive collections of products for the home. Their mission is to help young designers and makers promote and sell their products through their network of retailers and clients. Additionally, they keep a close relationship with all the local manufacturers which make our products. This is the core of the brand. Their products are presented in three conceptual collections, each aiming to bring a new meaning to our homes.
Volta

Volta

voltalisbon.com
Volta is a brand of sustainable socks #madeinportugal. But it is not only another socks brand. It is a project designed by artists for a crowd that doesn’t just want to buy another pair of fun socks. It’s made for those that support solidarity, that look for the quality of “100% made in Portugal” products and, last but not least, bet on “out of the box” pieces that fit every look. Born in 2020, amidst the pandemic, Volta aims to revolutionise through the direct impact of its products on the society. For each pair of socks sold, 10% of the revenues are donated to an institution related to some of the sectors mostly affected by the crisis we’re living. And, in uncertain times, Volta assures this project will "not stop at our feet".
Wayz

Wayz

wayzforlife.com
WAYZ stands for Wave At Your Zest for life. The sneakers brand was born out of the belief that society should have a greater global concern for humanity. It argues that social and environmental responsibility should be part of all brands and companies. So, they want to bring humanity to the heart of the business, empowering people, protecting the planet, and making pieces that never betray their values.
WestMister

WestMister

westmister.pt
WestMister – The Finest Portuguese Socks: it’ss of small great details that this brand of men's socks is made. 100% Made in Portugal, WestMister is a Portuguese Underwear Brand for Men that aims at promoting the identity of Portuguese product and conquering the most demanding international markets. The irreverence and quality are the main characteristics of the brand.
Wolf & Rita

Wolf & Rita

wolfandrita.com
Wolf & Rita developed as a separate brand inside a small family business based in the North of Portugal. Taking advantage of a history of more than 30 years of experience in specialised shirts making, the decision to create their own brand came naturally. Embracing the use of old techniques and the natural expertise that comes with experience, Wolf & Rita presents the tag 100% Made in Portugal as a proof of quality. Their fabrics and trimmings are of the finest quality, organic and recycled whenever possible, and always outsourced and produced by local companies.
Yay

Yay

yaystore.pt
YAY is the first sustainable brand for boys from 0 to 8 years old. YAY pieces are created in Portugal thinking about stylish little boys. Cool girls are also very welcomed. The brand prioritizes the usage of sustainable materials such as organic and recycled fabrics. Clothes made by YAY are driven to inspire the new generations with handmade illustrations, vibrant colours and a sense of humour. The brand has received prizes and honours from highly reputed child fashion magazines such as French Milk Magazine, Italian Kids’Wear and North-American Hooligans Magazine.
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 —, apple leather — vegan and certified —, certified organic cotton, hemp and linen produced in Europe, cork and natural rubber. Handmade locally in a fair way in Guimarães.

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About Wonder Room

The digital WONDER ROOM of MODALISBOA COMUNIDADE was the home for 64 brands. In ModaLisboa.pt and in the ModaLisboa app, this storefront curated by Associação ModaLisboa was made up of Fashion, accessories and product design, as well as creations by our Fashion Designers. Each piece available in this WONDER ROOM directed the consumer to the online store of the Designer or brand, reinforcing the importance of sharing and promoting the sale points of national designers.

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