Editorial directed by ESART (Escola Superior de Artes Aplicadas), students featuring young portuguese designers.
Products: LIA GONÇALVES JEWELLERYPosted on
In response to a special request from a scar.id store client, Lia Gonçalves has developed this, yet, unique piece. Using the constructive base of the Moon Necklace, this piece merges the oxidized grey with a golden touch.
Our Lia Gonçalves selection of pieces goes with our urban lifestyle concept, where jewellery is used in a daily basis and not just only in a special occasion. We choose the scratched finishes, near to the raw material, that could remove the classic character of jewellery use.
This selection follows the same criteria as Patricia Gorriz textured jewellery, already in scar-id store or the more relaxed Filipe Faísca pieces.
Media: A FINE DAY TO EXIT . BLOGPosted on
For a casual day off in the city i took my first summery shirt for a walk — despite the rain that came along to cheer me up. I’ve been loving this clutch from Scar-ID store, i can wear it as an everyday day bag filled with stuff or folded just for the essentials on a weekend day.
Text: Ana Almeida Moreno
Photography: Filipa Moreno
Products: SOFIA GOMES JEWELLERY .Posted on
100% work, 100% passion and 100% portuguese.
Products: scar.id storeFrontPosted on
Products: GRAFOLITA . Handmade & Letterpressed NotebooksPosted on
Grafolita is a small universe where paper, ink and color rule. A universe where big and medium size notebooks, narrow and wide, tall and short are handmade. All rising from the sheer taste for hands-on printing and type, traditional binding, and the simple pleasure of using handsome and functional handmade objects.
100% crafted by hand, the Grafolita Notebooks are letterpress printed, bound one by one, with great care for every detail. With thoughtfully chosen materials, these notebooks were conceived to be a warm and friendly company to those who sketch, write and keep.
Show: AW14 collections at Fashion Scout LondonPosted on
Daniela Barros opened the catwalk shows with androgynous lines, geometric prints and oversized coats. Barros gave us a lesson in geometry as her microscopic print popped in vibrant cobalt blue against black and white, creating a strong statement in lines. Inspired by historical female warriors, her generally stiff and occasionally asymmetric silhouettes were beautifully contrasted by draped necklines and ladder knit maxi dresses. Models hair is wrapped tightly around their necks and brushes over their faces in a windswept fashion, this neck wrap detail is further emulated in wraparound details on coat collars. Structured and oversizing are key components in all of Barros’ designs and this coupled with strong geometric print makes for a striking visual aesthetic.
By Charlotte Muscat
Images by Jamike-Latif