Creative Dresses Made in Portugal presented the Lisbon Fashion Week – the meeting place for local fashion houses and emerging design talent. The Schneider duo Alves /Goncalves is one of the established names of Portuguese fashion scene. For the new collection classics like dress and jacket were dismantled into individual parts and reassembled. Manuel Alves: “The collection is sensual, playful, take luxurious sequins on patterns and organza. There are many strings to bring movement in the clothes. They flow naturally, because they are made of natural silk. “With minimalist, sack coats like the young label Hibu, which is run by Marta and Gonçalo Gonçalves Páscoa plays. “Shoulder-free” is the slogan for women and men. Gonçalo Pascoa: “It is an accommodation inspired by the Far East summer collection, it is minimalist and fragmented in terms of the basic elements, so that we can put them back together with cords and belts. We play with optical illusions, a pair of shorts is the Top. Our clothes are unisex and oversized. “In the long flowing fabrics sets the designer Carla Pontes, whose designs are inspired by the water lilies and algae. Favorite color? Lila! Also all set to fashion: the Brazilian São Paulo Fashion Week. It is considered the biggest fashion event of its kind in South America, but was overtaken this year by the morose economic situation of the country. But that is good for the creativity, says the expert. Ana Fritsch, Style Consultant: “The crisis is reflected in the draft again. Because we have to work with what we have at home, all want to save. That makes creative. The designers play with existing elements and use a lot of color to set a new course. This is a lot to see on the catwalk. Many labels try to lift the mood with a little color. “Knapp and partly transparent are the designs by Animale for the next Brazilian autumn-winter season. But also warm and cozy, at least on the sleeves. Visible are already mentioned strong signal colors: yellow and Rot.Mehr to: Brazil Fashion Portugal.