#DesignerTalk2 – ModaLisboa
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#DesignerTalk2

#DESIGNERTALK2

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Ana Duarte

Ana Duarte graduated in Fashion Design at FA-ULisboa and finished, with distinction, her MA in Menswear Design and Technology at London College of Fashion, in January 2015. Ana Duarte presented the first DUARTE collection at Sangue Novo at Lisboa Fashion Week in March 2015. In October 2016, she presented, for the second time, at Sangue Novo and received an Honourable Mention Award, starting to present continuously at Lisboa Fashion Week in the LAB platform. DUARTE brand intends to redefine the concept of Sportswear Luxury, creating a cool lifestyle.

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João Magalhães

João Magalhães has always been interested in the arts: he studied architecture and specialized in fashion, exploring form and construction in his creations. In 2014 he created Morecco, which started as an accessory brand, but the evolution of the concept led to ModaLisboa a year later, with the first complete ready-to-wear collection. In March 2019, he signed the first collection in his own name. João Magalhães explores an aesthetic universe marked by androgyny, the materials’ requirements and cut, by handmade techniques, from knitwear to hand embroidery.

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Mauro Gonçalves | Moderator

With a degree in Communication Sciences from Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Mauro Gonçalves made his debut as a journalist in late 2011. It was in a quick passage through Público that he began to develop a special appetite for fashion, culture and lifestyle. Without ever losing sight of any of the three, the following years were spent at the service of Time Out Lisboa. In 2017, he moved to the Observador newsroom, where he continues to this day. He writes mainly for the website, but also for the paper editions every now and then.

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March 24, 2021

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