Being your Lisbon lifestyle and fashion researcher was a real honour! 🙂
The street art and plenty of new and local coffee places were the definite highlights of the year, but I do hope that in the upcoming one we’ll discover more sustainable and local fashion brands!
Before that happens, let’s reminiscent the last twelve months!
You and me, we both enjoyed this Lisbon’s gallery colourful and poetic exhibitions. Every time we were taken on an artistic tour through the art pieces of young and emerging Portuguese artists.
I will make sure that I’ll proudly follow and share with you all the future ones too!
This Lisbon based ready-to-wear brand preaches local artisanal, independent women, unique shapes and bold colours.
I’m looking forward to seeing what the new year is hiding under Sienna’s puff sleeve!
Lisbon is an encyclopedic example of an emerging capital. It has everything that a 2019 nomad is looking for! And it’s not any different when it comes to qualitative, local and ethical shopping.
See my top selection of boutiques offering Portugues (and Brasilian) fashion:
Street art capital
It is also like a lost island with plenty of hidden mural treasures! Known for its rich history, narrow streets of Alfama and tasty pastel de nata, street art is next on the list!
The artworks I covered are the ones that impressed me the most in one way or another. Check them out!
A Luz Ideal
This place is my secret oasis of calmness. If I want to hide from the big city life’s hustle and bustle, I head to A Luz Ideal.
It’s located off the historical and touristic centre yet it’s still accessible with public transport.
You’ll cross there only the locals. Some stop by for a quick espresso shot, others for a business meeting and some for a taste of homemade sweets.
Discover more of such coffee treasures: