I After Me is a style article from my Fashionable Personae series that explores my dress practices & reflexive identity politics during Lisboa Fashion Week SS19 /13 Oct 18/. Ready for a selfhood revolve?

It is well established – & even a sign of mental health – that humans are a biopsychosocial-functional being & as such, I find myself – & by consequence my fashionable personae – to evolve or revolve when it comes to dressing practices while orchestrating it with determinants of health, including the environmental questions.

The result in terms of style?

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A Manifesto for Sustainability with Eduardo Amorim Atelier!

Yes, Sustainability! A key environmental factor – between other things – which can directly relate to our health status, whatever through chemicals, compulsive buying which results in clothing waste & even air and water pollution, if we talk about industrial processes. So, what is it saying about the value fashion? Ultimately, what is it saying about the designer? Or getting even further, what says it about the value of our actions or desires?
Thinking about all of these questions – not just then, but now – I am evolving & sharing it with you.

Now, you must be thinking what has to do with my style & Lisbon Fashion Week SS19. Right?

Well, wearing this shorts from Eduardo Amorim Atelier can assume an important action to change the Anthropocene. For example, the shorts are from his FW15/16 season – so, I was able to style it in a contemporary trendy way that makes it seems like brand new season shorts – also, it means that I reused it while not buy more, plus it is handmade, and so, good sustainable principles for fashion design & personal conscience. This was also possible because I am completely in love with the shorts…COMPLETELY! Love for the textile, for the colour, for all of the details. So, here it is another tip, BUY WHAT YOU REALLY LOVE, don’t be easygoing when it comes to LOVE.

Besides all of that, Lisboa Fashion Week SS19 was a hub for a variety of fashion perspectiveswhich I was proud to be part of – & I had the opportunity to meet great minds behind brands – as it is the case of Fluo Bags, which has an incredible concept that explores the effect of the colour of their designs in people lives – & reencounter older friendly ones with new perspectives of sustainability as it is the case of Isidro Paiva.

If we don’t act now, will be there ‘a next’ YOU?

Love, #TheFashionDoctorPT | Luís de Oliveira
Shorts | Eduardo Amorim Atelier FW15/16 Collection
Event | Lisboa Fashion Week SS19
Photographer | Bruno Carneiro
Photos Post-Production | Luís de Oliveira
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O EU depois de MIM na Moda Lisboa Fashion Week

O EU depois de MIM é um artigo de estilo da minha série Fashionable Personae que explora as minhas práticas de vestuário e políticas de identidade reflexiva durante a Lisboa Fashion Week SS19 / 13 Out 18 /. Prontos para uma 'revolta' de individualidade?
Está bem estabelecido - sendo até mesmo um sinal de saúde mental - que os seres humanos são um ser biopsicossocial-funcional e, como tal, eu vejo-me a evoluir ou 'dar uma volta de alguns graus' quando se trata das práticas do vestir, ao mesmo tempo que as orquestro
com os determinantes da saúde, incluindo as questões ambientais.
Bom, o usar estes calções do Eduardo Amorim Atelier pode assumir uma ação importante para mudar o Antropocénico. Por exemplo, os calções são da sua estação Outono/Inverno 15 / 16 - consegui estilizá-lo de uma maneira moderna, o que o fez parecer um calção da nova estação - também,
isso significa que eu reutilizei em vez de comprar mais peças, além disso é feito à mão e, portanto, bons princípios sustentáveis para design de moda e consciência pessoal. Isto também foi possível porque eu estou completamente apaixonada pelo calção ... COMPLETAMENTE! Amo o tecido, amo a cor e todos os detalhes. 
Então, aqui fica outra dica: compre o que você realmente ama, não seja 'ligeiro' quando se trata de amor.
Love, O Doutor da Moda | Luís de Oliveira
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