Have a look into the culture reunion under the 4th edition of Lisbon Black Fashion

Lá vie est un Cinéma. The Encounter of the African Culture spread around the World.

With #BeYOUty in movement – & I am not just talking about clothes – the Lisbon Black Fashion Week 2018 made everyone vibrate colours of amusement at the União das Cidades Capitais de Lingua Portuguesa (UCCLA), which happened between 9 & 10 of February in Lisbon, Portugal. HAVE YOU HEARD?!

(Press play & fell the vibe)


You that follow me know that I am passionate about the relation of Fashion with Human Behaviour. Therefore, I couldn’t help but be involved in this #FashionWeek that explores life & culture in the context of Fashion not just in the runway but also outside of it.

PHOTOS | Visage, ILLUSTRATIONS | adaptation of @blairz

It was a show, where all preconceptions were overcome while giving it the irreverence of a culture that evolves as time, ascending to the position where it belongs – in the TOP – willing to spread the sweet aroma of African flowers & the layers of a creative society.

+ parading the warming yellow sunglasses that I am obsessed with!

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Let’s leave the reds & yellow for the ones that love to shine bright & cross the bridge to the ones that want a drama free & sophisticated BLACK & WHITE.

Under the direction of Sir. Divid K. Alone the show received national & international names of African Fashion as Antonio Leal e Silva, Marc Bell and Shamila Bassir, who composed an amazing orchestra.

The notes of the ensemble were completed by our darling & talented ANGELICA TIMAS, who exceptional captured the songs of Africa & the trends of our sophisticated world.

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To end, it is just left to say that having the opportunity to show to you these different and ethnic fashion weeks is like fresh painting #fashion with soul. Therefore, many thanks, Sir David K. Alone.

love, d’Oliveira fashion blog | Luís de Oliveira

FASHION SHOW | Black Fashion Week Lisbon 2018

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Posted by:Luís de Oliveira

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