Ninamounah is a label based in Amsterdam managed by Ninamounah Langestraat (creative director and designer) and Robin Burggraaf (brand director).
Ninamounah focuses on rebelling against comfort zones in fashion and traversing individuals’ animalistic facets.
In the year’s Lisbon Fashion Week, Ninamounah played around with the concept of metamorphosis and explored the correlation between fashion and biology.
BÉHEN (meaning sister in Hindi) is a brand created by Portuguese Fashion Designer Joana Duarte. Her main focus is to create garments using old fabrics she can find in her grandmother’s trunk. Joana believes that fashion can be wasteless and tell stories. BÉHEN clothes are ethically made by women communities around the world and support Syrian boys and girls’ education. The beautiful colours and patterns were what made this collection stand out at this year’s Lisbon Fahion Week.
Flávia Brito is a 26-year-old Brazilian designer. Her main career focus is technical and concept jewellery, she “found magnificent the way people are able to express themselves through putting “stuff” on their bodies. It is a kind of social language and she thinks it is also a mechanism of great historical value”.
Flávia’s creations for Lisbon’s Fashion week mix fashion, art and jewellery creating extraordinary and aesthetically pleasing results.