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After Paris, Rome is the next international fashion stop of the Bloom platform
After Paris, Rome is the next international fashion stop of the Bloom platform
The third international event on Portugal Fashion's fall/winter 2018-19 itinerary is in Italy next weekend, more precisely at the Altaroma fashion week. After the Men's Fashion Weeks in Milan and Paris, the project will be travelling to Rome to promote young national talents.

The fashion show by the designers on Portugal Fashion's Bloom platform, David Catalán, Inês Torcato and Nycole, will be on 28 January, at midday, in the Guido Reni District cultural centre. In what will be its third participation in the Altaroma calendar, Portugal Fashion will be consolidating a strategic partnership with the prestigious Italian organisation, aiming to establish regular synergies on the basis of one common tenet that is essential to the mission of both organisations; identifying, supporting and publicising new talents. This fashion show, and the entire partnership, will take off at the Altaroma Fashion Hub project. Portugal Fashion thus takes another step forward on its way to internationalising Bloom, the platform for new talents that has won over specialised critics both at home and abroad. 

Bloom's first stop was Paris, in a showroom format. Under the sign of Next Step, Portugal Fashion’s comercial support, Inês Torcato and Nycole had their FW18-19 menswear collections exposed at the Idao-Showroom, since January 19, until the 24. In a time when Paris Fashion Week is visited by buyers all over the globe, bloomer David Catalán completed Portugal Fashion’s promotional campaign in the french capital city, showing his most recente collection at the Cube Showroom, until January 24 as well. 


FW18-19 collection by David Catalán

FW18-19 collection by Nycole


Next Step (a project run by ANJE) and Portugal Fashion (a project run by ANJE – National Association of Young Entrepreneurs, developed in partnership with ATP – Textile and Apparel Association of Portugal) are financed by Portugal 2020, under the scope of Compete 2020 – Operational Programme for Competitiveness and Internationalisation, with funding from the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund.