Baldaque Anabela (1964). Portuguese designer. She studied styling and modeling at Escola de Moda Gudi, in Porto (Portugal).
Baldaque Anabela (1964). Portuguese designer. She studied styling and modeling at Escola de Moda Gudi, in Porto.
Her collections are for a modern and decidedly feminine woman, with a fashion sense that is up-to-date and contemporary. She likes a simple cut and favors precious and innovative materials of the best quality. When she was younger she worked as an intern with Emilio Pucci.
In 1988, she created the clothing brand Anabela Baldaque and her name starts to appear in the main national fashion events, a few years later, being, in fact, one of the creators present in the 1st edition of Portugal Fashion, in 1995.
In 2000 she opened her first shop in Porto. Then she showed her collection at the New York fashion week. Moreover she was invited at the Portugal Fashion, a project with the support of which he would also participate in fashion events in Paris, Barcelona and São Paulo.
In 2015 she opened a new store in Lisbon, Portugal.
Her clients are mainly women between 20 and 45 years old.
Abbondanza Matos Ribeiro, portuguese brand launched in 1989 by Eduarda Abbondanza and Mário Matos Ribeiro. In 1991 they launch the project ModaLisboa.
Abbondanza Matos Ribeiro,.portuguese brand launched in 1989 by Eduarda Abbondanza and Mário Matos Ribeiro. Eduarda while living between Milan and Lisbon, she graduated in Fashion Design from CITEM. Their work is characterized by great technical rigor in the cutting of fabric and an image that is romantic and evocative.
In 1991.they launch the project ModaLisboa, through which they contribute to the success of Portuguese.fashion and to its launch on an international level, presenting their own ideas on runways along with those of other stylists. Fuor years later, in 1995 they stop presenting their collections in order to dedicate themselves to the creation of clothes and costumes for the theater. Furthermore in 1996.they found the Association.ModaLisboa.in order to promote the work of Portuguese designers.and the idea of contemporary and interdisciplinary.Portuguese fashion.