Portugal Fashion: My favorite fashion shows
Fashion shows. After showing you here what i wore to Portugal Fashion, so many of you asked me to also share my favorite fashion shows. So that, i decided to create this post.
There are designers which we relate more than others and there’s nothing wrong with it. It’s called diversity.
Anyways, instead of showing all the looks designed by the creators, i’ll show you my favorite ones from each designer.
First of all, i need to tell you that if i had to choose just a single fashion show as my favorite i would say, Nuno Baltazar. Truth is that i loved the poetry in his collection – inspired by The Lover by Margarite Duras – and the duality between the amazing creativity behind it and the fact of being totally wearable.
His collection is feminine, sexy and chic which means is totally my style. I loved it.
I loved how modern and cool the collection is, and i stucked on this outfit that reminds me Laura Croft. I want to wear it now.
The collection has a minimal vibe and i loved the pinstripes suit which is amazing, the white shirt paired with the maxi black skirt and off course the vest paired with the dress. I would wear everything.
To be totally honest, i never had heard about her but i loved her collection. Specially the white and gold dresses, and the awesome metallic bomber. So cool.
Pé de Chumbo
What i loved the most were the dresses. They are absolutely amazing as you can see by yourself.
Okay, not everybody loves Micaela Oliveira, but the first thing we need to have in mind is that she designs party clothes. Which means, that all her pieces are bold. Anyways, i loved the dress that opened the show – i can imagine it for a wedding, a party or even an editorial, the colorful cardigan, the yellow dress that looks like a shirt and shorts and this kind of romper that i wouldn’t know where to wear but i love.
For me, her collection was the biggest surprise. I loved it all, specially the mint jumpsuit. Can i wear it now?
His collection is not my style but anyways i loved this look.
So, the coolest thing on fashion is that it’s art. We don’t all feel the same when we look to a piece of clothe and that is awesome. There are designers which we relate more than others and there’s nothing wrong with it. It’s called diversity.