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    Let’s Talk About Sustainability - Supply Chain

    Let’s Talk About Sustainability - Supply Chain

    On the second installment of this series of articles, our guest writer Maria Galvão de Sousa examines how transparency and commitment to a fair supply chain can lead to sustainability in fashion.

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    A Reflection on Shorts

    A Reflection on Shorts

    Summer is the perfect time to address a controversial item in modern men's wardrobes. Our menswear specialist and guest writer Miguel Vieira reflects on how shorts have been perceived historically and advises on how to make the most of this opinion-dividing garment.

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    What's up in Lisbon… in July?

    What's up in Lisbon… in July?

    July is probably the most exciting month in Lisbon and our guest writer Rita Borges knows it fully. Check her overview of the top concerts and festivals that are making her thrilled about being in the capital during this month.

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    How Nouvelle Vague films inspired my style

    How Nouvelle Vague films inspired my style

    When she was little she ran around in vichy dresses and white socks pretending to be a French diva. Twenty years later, our guest writer Filipa Henriques examines five Nouvelle Vague films that still inspire her style.

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    Summer Sandal Essentials

    Summer Sandal Essentials

    Summer is here and it's time to show some toe. Take our stylist and guest writer Maria de Fátima Silva's cue and check out five sandal styles to make the most of the heat and (possibly) leverage your newly acquired Single status.

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    Let’s Talk About Sustainability? – Materials and Fibres

    Let’s Talk About Sustainability? – Materials and Fibres

    Let's talk about sustainability? In this series of articles, our guest writer Maria Galvão de Sousa examines how the fashion supply chain can be more environmentally and socially responsible. On the first installment, she approaches materials by taking a look at Maria Maleta's newest collection.

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