Despite the ongoing threat of the coronavirus outbreak, Lisbon Fashion Week returned for another season on 5-8 March to celebrate local fashion, promote sustainability and strengthen its position on the global stage.
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After joining Pitti Uomo as a guest in January, Portugal aims to strengthen its status as a leading fashion destination beyond manufacturing. FashionNetwork.com visited ModaLisboa to meet the nation’s top designers.
After a month dedicated to the four major fashion weeks, Lisbon will host ModaLisboa from 8 to 10 March. The event, which will explore new locations in the city, will feature up to 32 collections and 21 runway shows.