The Portuguese designer Alexandra Moura presents the new autumn/winter collection 2020 ‘Bestiario’, in the fashion week of Milan (feminine), on February 25, sharing the stage with brands like Gucci, Prada and Armani, official.
Alexandra Moura, winner in 2015 of the Women of Culture Award by the Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality, “will close, on 25 February, the official fashion show calendar for women’s fashion week in Milan” and “share the stage with brands such as Gucci, Prada, Armani and other internationally renowned brands, “official source of Portugal Fashion (PF).
Alexandra Moura has just confessed that when she learned that she was going to be on the official calendar of parades in Milan “she was speechless”.
“I felt very honoured and with immense happiness. Above all I was proud enough,” he assumes.
For Portugal Fashion, this is the “culmination of the work, talent and recognition of the Portuguese designer“, to which is added a “strong cooperation and deep relationship between Portugal Fashion and the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana“, recalling that the ‘designer ‘Portuguese has five entries in the fashion week of London (United Kingdom).
Alexandra Moura was a member of Young European Fashion Designers in 2007, the Atlas of Fashion Designers in 2009, as well as the Fashion Design Sourcebook in 2011 and Fashion Design Sourcebook in 2011, and currently has points sales in Japan, China, Spain and Kuwait.
Also during the next stop of the Portuguese fashion in the international footbridges, the PF also advances that will take to the week of the feminine fashion of Milan, an event that starts on the 19th of a blacksmith and ends on 25, designer ‘Katty Xiomara.
“Katty Xiomara will present her 19/20 autumn-winter proposals in a fashion show integrated into Milan Fashion Week’s calendar of official events, as was the case with Miguel Vieira in January at Milano Moda Uomo,” said Portugal Fashion.
Portugal Fashion, a platform for promoting Portuguese fashion, is a project of the National Association of Young Entrepreneurs (ANJE), developed in partnership with the Portuguese Textile and Clothing Association (ATP) and co-financed by Portugal 2020, within the framework of Compete 2020 – Operational Program of Competitiveness and Internationalization.
The FP is working with funding from the 2017-2018 biennium because the application dates for Community support are not yet known, recently the source of the structure.
“Portugal Fashion 2019-2020 is working with the 2017-2018 budget and at the moment there is no information on when a date is planned for a new application for European funds,” Mônica Neto, responsible for the PF project, told at the margin of the presentation of the new fall/winter collection 2020 of the designer Miguel Vieira.