Ricardo Andrez, graduated from Cooperativa Arvore and the Citex (School of Textiles and Design) in Oporto. He established his own label in 2006, with men´s fashion forming the focus of his research. Since then, he has reinterpreted sportswear and streetwear. In March 2010 he joined the official calendar of ModaLisboa, where he started to present his collections seasonally.
Rosário started her career at Vogue Portugal in 2007, where she worked in the Beauty and Lifestyle sections, and in 2016 she became the website's editor. At the end of 2017, she performed the same function at Máxima, and in the following year he moved to the coordination of Visão Se7e. She ended up returning to the Cofina group, where he has been since the end of 2018, working on several sites, including Máxima, which he now directs.
Massimiliano Giornetti attended the fashion design course at Polimoda in Florence. His career in the fashion industry started in Rome, where he collaborated with the designer Anton Giulio Grande. He was creative director of Salvatore Ferragamo and collaborated on the rebirth of the iconic Chinese luxury brand Shanghai Tang. In October 2019, Giornetti joined Polimoda as Head of Design Department. In February 2021, Giornetti was appointed Director of Polimoda.
With a degree in Chemical Engineering, Ricardo Silva Ricardo is currently CEO of Tintex Textiles. He started his professional career in the tire industry in 2011, at Continental, in Portugal and, later, in Germany. In 2015, he joined Tintex, a company founded by his father, having traveled through the different areas of the company. Currently, with his father Mário Jorge and brother Pedro, he constitutes the Board of Directors of the company.