A short afternoon of shopping in Lisbon is always full of new inspiration as you walk through the streets.
A great mix of craft shops and traditional manufactures as well as new concept stores make for a perfect afternoon of shopping. Our guide is perfect if you only have a few hours in the city. Start with lunch at Prado Mercearia, Rua Pedras Negras, 35 (https://www.pradomercearia.com) and finish with a glass of biological wine at Magnolia, Praça das Flores 43.
Clothing and accessories for fierce ladies from Lisbon to the world, a mix of cool labels from France, Spain, and Lisbon. A variety of jewellery from Andres Gallardo.
A concept store in Chiado, the city’s oldest shopping area where art, fashion, and design meet.
Just around the corner from Rua do Carmo and Rua Garrett, settled in a former industrial bakery, keeping the original majestic facade and centennial brick ceiling. By blending these authentic elements with raw concrete walls and industrial wire displays, this concept store created the perfect setting to introduce a curated selection of local brands, emerging Portuguese designers and renowned international.
Founded in 1904, Sapataria do Carmo is one of the oldest and most charismatic stores in Lisbon and reports, with some nostalgia, to times gone by. Walls covered in shoe boxes and classic design with a twist.
Pop closet is a sustainable fashion project born in Lisbon. A space for fashion enthusiasts and ethical consumers looking for relevant and original items.
Second-hand clothes and accessories, new or used, selected by an experienced team of stylists based on trends, history, originality, design, and quality, signed by designers, unbranded or customized, that appeal to our creativity and perfect our own individual style.