garments and accessories are made using recycled wool garments and 100% textile
offcuts which would usually end up in a landfill. The special ensemble took 54
hours to reconstruct and embroider.
emerging, sustainability-focused, fashion designer Jessica António is the name
behind J-ANT.; a fashion label striving to marry contemporary design,
sustainability, craftsmanship, and luxury in today’s fashion industry.
sells unique made-to-order fashion items and exclusive jackets made in her
studio in the Algarve, Portugal. Jessica’s work focuses on exploring
experimentally through material and silhouette. Over the years she has
developed a passion for textile manipulations and subtle contrasting elements,
such as textures and symbolic aspects in clothing.
designer’s collections reveal all this and more with influences from nature’s
organic structures, textures, and patterns. A matching limited edition smocked
choker is available to buy online at www.j-ant.com/shop
from Sunday 22nd onwards!
collection is available from: NOT JUST A LABEL email@example.com. Casa Mae: R.
do Jogo da Bola 41, 8600-712 Lagos, Portugal.
Following undertaking her university degree in English with American Literature in the UK, Cristina da Costa Brookes moved back to Portugal to pursue a career in Journalism, where she has worked at The Portugal News for 3 years. Cristina’s passion lies with Arts & Culture as well as sharing all important community-related news.