MODALISBOA CURIOUSER |DAY3| WRAPPING IT UP

We arrived at Museu da Marinha (National Navy Museum) in a perfect sunny Sunday for AWAY TOMARS and NAIR XAVIER show. Both collection cause quite the impact thanks to the choice of fabrics,… Continue reading

MODALISBOA CURIOUSER |DAY 2| BRING THE BIG GUNS

For those of us who have been doing this for a while, we know that day 2 is the first day of established designers. Some will Wow Us, others will Bore us and… Continue reading

MODALIBOA CURIOUSER | DAY 1 | DINO ALVES BLACK-“OUT?”

Hail Color was the Theme. Suffering, pious, widowed and mourning women were the Subject. Life versus Death, Hope versus Abandonment was the Message. It is not the first time that Dino Alves brings… Continue reading

ModaLisboa Curiouser | Day 1 | Ricardo Andrez

Ricardo Andrez is a designer that always causes me mixed feelings during his shows. I fall madly in love with some things but others I simply can’t understand or see his vision. Today, however,… Continue reading

Moda Lisboa Curiouser | Day 1 | Sangue Novo

One of the many wonderful things about fashion week – no matter when, no matter where – is that your expectation is always high, and your mind is free to absorb all the… Continue reading

LisbonFashionWeek: The Confashionary & Portugal Confidential Partner up!

There are two times of the year where fashionistas in every form and style fly from capital to capital in flocks of beautiful designer feathers. I call it the Fashion Week Season. For… Continue reading

Is Social Media pressure killing your Inspiration?

Remember when you were 15 and you felt like your parents where way too demanding and that killed your free spirit? This thought brought me to an analogy with how Social Media can be equally… Continue reading

The Proposal by Cartier – How romantic are you?

Even though I am extremely romantic, I am not exactly a fan of Valentine’s Day. I mean, sure, it is great to have a day dedicated to love, however, the romantic in me… Continue reading

African Turban How to: with Nadir Tati and Sharam Diniz

Did you always wanted to get the African Turban right but you don’t know how? Neither did I. But talented Angolan Fashion Designer (mentioned in Forbes Magazine) Nadir Tati and Angolan model Sharam… Continue reading

Saturday mood: Pink Turban

Waking up to blue skies, sunny days and warm temperatures in Angola makes me want to have a bit more fun with colors, shapes, prints and accessories. For today’s family lunch I chose… Continue reading