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fabrico infinito

Designer Studio

The famous Brazilian designer Marcela Brunken converted an defunct coach house into this funky concept store/ design boutique in Lisbon’s Príncipe Real district. Here you’ll find an eclectic gallery on several levels with jewelry, furniture, lamps, clothes and more, made into works of fine art by independent designers from Portugal, Brazil and other parts of the world. There is also an organic  cafe that serves yummy sweets and savory snacks with a funky garden area that often hosts art installations.

Location

Rua Dom Pedro V, 74

Principe Real, Lisboa

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Phone: 21-246-7629

www.fabricoinfinito.com

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galeria jorge shirley

Art Gallery

Originally founded in 1999 in the city of Porto under the name Galeria Arte & Manifesto. It changed its name to Galeria Jorge Shirley in 2003 reopening in a new 400m2 space in Lisbon’s trendy Principe Real neighborhood. Here you will discover 2 floors of open space presenting new emerging artists mostly from Portugal and a few from abroad. This is one of the city’s most respected art contemporary spaces.

Location

Largo Hintze Ribeiro (à Rua S. Bento, 2)

Principe Real, Lisboa

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Phone: 21 386 84 96

www.jorgeshirley.com

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empório casa bazar

Concept Shop

This is one of those shops where you can’t keep your hands in your pockets. A corner showroom crammed with their own brand of products from the every corner of Portugal, and some interesting offerings from Spain and Italy. There are household items like candles, vases, furniture, and statues to Brazilian electronic music, art books and soaps.

Location

Rua Dom Pedro V, 65

Principe Real, Lisboa

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Phone: 21 096 4093

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jimmy portuguese style shop

Concept Shop

This is a shop that attempts to represent the entire country of Portugal. From the most opulent to the most kitsch, visitors won’t be spared. Nowhere else in Lisbon could you find a colorfully painted Barcelos rooster, and Virgin Mary of Fatima white robes, next to lavender soaps, colorful plastic St. Anthony Statues, and fine leather bags. Everything is made by Portuguese designers and the selection ranges from fun to the fancy.

Location

Rua das Flores, 100

Chiado, Lisboa

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jimmystyleshop.blogspot.com

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kolovrat 79

Concept Shop

Lidija Koluvrat left Bosnia-Herzogovina in 1989 and after wandering Europe a bit she fell in love with Portugal. Her shop Kolovrat 79 was transformed from an old bakery, into a designer showcase for her many creations. An artist of many disciplines, Lidija designs and makes clothing, jewelry and handbags. Most interesting is her trademark print, called “Royalty is the best policy” which is composed of portraits of the kings and queens of Portugal.  This print was first developed for an installation at the fashion and design museum in Lisbon, but proved so popular it is now produced in a range of color schemes and used for lamps, pillows, chair covers and scarves.

Location

Rua Dom Pedro V, 79

Principe Real, Lisboa

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Mon. to Sat. 11:00 to 20:00

Phone: 213 874 536

www.lidijakolovrat.org

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loja do chiado

Concept Shop

A gallery shop that showcases work by three Portuguese indie brands. Catarina Martins’ sophisticated leather shoes. TMCollection’s Asian-styled embroidered fashions and Muu leather handbags.

Location

Rua da Misericórdia, 102

Chiado, Lisboa

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Phone: 21-347-2293

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