In the age of where everyone is developing the concept of fashionable personae – based on the influence of the many marketing strategies & mixed information of copy after copy – here, I fight for a fashion that describes your own personality, or even, the fashion that helps to improve the unique way you live your day & life. Following that thought, meet the work of the Portuguese Fashion Designer Susana Bettencourt and our very first fashion talk developed by d’Oliveira fashion during #PortugalFashionWeek. Ready to find an unique vision of positive fashion? Love, Luís de Oliveira.
Feelings, Moments, Life, Goodbyes are words that no dictionary can describe. Today – 19 February 2019 – all of these words orchestrate a sweet-bitter song which the waves of wind seem to carry while announcing that the German-born epic designer Karl Lagerfeld has died.No words can translate the loss the world, and specifically, fashion faced…Read More
INSIGHT is the Next MOOD of #LisboaFashionWeek!Read More
It certainly changed! But….we are becoming more conscientious about the future of fashion & the direction to take! Are you willing to keep going with us on that journey? I hope so, because, Fashion Weeks’ Diet series just started & I want all of you by my side..oops..I mean…by the positive fashion side!Read More
I add that Fashion is also what we have inside of us. Dino Alves, SS19 Collection – Lisboa Fashion Week As soon as I saw this statement during the #fashionshow of Dino Alves, I knew…I was in trouble! Have YOU Heard?Read More
For the long brightest night of the year, I chose to share the concepts that I found myself developing here – at d’Oliveira fashion blog – with you, which are the concepts that my soul asked for & the ones that I know to be the right direction for 2019 & hopefully ahead.Read More
This Black Friday – 23rd November 2018 – make a twisted movement & show how it is done! Let’s know more about how can we do sustainable fashion during a Black Friday?!Read More
The fashionable personae is understood as a situated, narrative, and performative character developed by bloggers specifically for their blogs that is anchored simultaneously in the blogger’s self-identity and in the enactment of collective cultural narratives.
in Monica Titton (2015) Fashionable Personae: Self-identity and Enactments of Fashion Narratives in Fashion Blogs, Fashion Theory, 19:2, 201-220
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?Read More