the lisbon tailor fashion blog
José Cabral walks through the city of Lisbon with a camera taking pictures of people in the streets which he started posting in his blog, oalfaiatelisboeta, and his name has become a reference of style and fashion in Portugal. He transformed Lisbon streets and other cities in the world into urban catwalks of the XXIst Century, cooperating with international new agencies and with magazine Vogue.
The fashion creations by this famous Lisbon designer include men's and women's wear. Considered a fashion pioneer, her international acclaim has collections sold in Paris, Milan, Tokyo, and New York. There is lots of ready-to-wear, long with accessories, perfumes and shoes.
Rua do Carmo, 87
Phone: 213 472 289
Besides Men's and women's clothes, this is also one of the oldest shirt makers in Lisbon where you can order Made to measure clothes of fine quality materials.
Rua Augusta, 195/7
Mon. - Fri. 9.30 to 13.00/15.00 -19.00, and Sat. 9.00 to 13.3
Phone: 21 342 75 26, or 21 347 92 97
A fashion designer of men's and women's clothes. Fátima Lopes began selling her creations in her Lisbon shop in 1992, and in that same year her collections were exhibited in Paris at the famous "Salon du Prêt-à-Porter Feminin", where she now has a shop on the trendy Rue de Grenelle. In 2003 she opened her first brand store in the United States, located on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. In 2000 she caused a media sensation by appearing on a catwalk herself in Paris wearing the world's most expensive gold and diamond encrusted bikini, with an estimated value of one million dollars.
Rua da Atalaia, 36
Bairro Alto, Lisboa
Phone: 213 240 546
Children’s Clothing Shop
Catherine Monteiro de Barros designs timeless children’s clothes that are innovative classics that can be handed down from one generation to the next.
Rua Ivens, 8
jose antonio tenente
Clothing & Design Shop
Jose opened his first shop in Lisbon in 1990 after his success at the Young Designer's Show in London. Since then his collections have been a regular at the ModaLisboa fashion week, and are frequently presented in Amsterdam, Bologna, Washington, Naples, Stockholm, London, S. Paulo, Shanghai and Paris. His shop sells distinctive men's and women's fashion and accessories.
Travessa do Carmo, 8
Designers João Branco and Luis Sanchez met while in fashion school in Lisbon in the late 90‘s. They opened their first shop in Lisbon in 2007 based on their shared passion for reinventing romantic fashions from the past. Step inside to discover a brilliant culture of dreamy, fairy-tale-like clothes. Imagine Alice in Wonderland meeting Lord Byron at a medieval court.
Calçada do Ferragial, 8