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Weekly Digest – Issue #18

This week’s news are all about, drum rolls, Made in Portugal! Every friday we let you know what has been happening in the fashion world, giving you all the inside scoop of famous and emerging brands, but with all due respect, we have some pretty bad ass stuff going on this small country of ours! So here is a little eye opening for you, as we dedicate this week’s digestion with some Portuguese fashion news, reported OVERSEAS!

 

undandy

 

In our last post we introduced you to Undandy, a Portuguese footwear brand dedicated to all the gentleman’s out there, well Forbes apparently thinks they are pretty impressive too. Get to know a bit more about this brand and how they custom made shoes are reaching the male audience out there!

 

sophia

 

Sophia Kah is a Portuguese brand founded by, Ana Sousa, she has her name on Vogue.com so her work is legit. Her designs are fairy tale worthy, elegant and luxurious with beautiful lace detailing. Meet both Ana and Sophia in this interview for Drapers.

 

 

PT SHOES

 

APICCAPS presents once again the Iconic Campaign this time focused on men footwear.  The sassy video starring Jules Raynal (which makes it a little hard to pay attention to the shoes) intends to give life to footwear production in Portugal. Go have a look, even if you’r not a big shoe fan, we assure you not to feel disappointed.

 

 

Weekly Diggest – Issue #11

It’s Friday again! It means that you don’t have to wait more to know all about the latest fashion news around media this week. Click on the pictures to know more!

satisfy run

 

This article is about sportswear however it is not, we repeat, about nike or adidas. Satisfy Running is a genuine brand with a story, get to know the difference between them and the big brands right here!

 

nasty gal

 

Nasty Gal was a big hit for millennials apparel however the brand’s future has been uncertain after awhile. Is there a silver lining after being bought by Boohoo? Check it above!

 

BLAZER

 

This is an experimental idea… but how cool it would be if you could actually make a clothing piece by a 3D printer? Check how a blazer is actually made under 2 hours.