On Rua da Betesga the luxury revolution begins in Lisbon
A pop-up window by Fernanda Lamelas was installed in the window of Ourivesaria Portugal, on the smallest street in Lisbon. The silk scarf is sought after among an amalgamation of white objects, in an installation by Dino Alves.
(…) examples whose architectural details are transposed into life-size watercolors, digitally worked, printed on silk by a specialized team, with the confection and finishing work carried out by artisans in Guimarães, in the north of Portugal.
What do the stores of the Gulbenkian foundations, in Lisbon, or Serralves, in Porto, have in common; the Pena Palace, in Sintra; the Hotel Valverde or the Cervejaria Ramiro, in Lisbon? All have silk scarves for sale with the signature of Fernanda Lamelas.