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Editorial FW20

For this season's editorial photoshoot, we called on some good friends, good weather and good clothing to showcase some of this season's pieces. Shot by our good friend Jamie Lahtinen at The Bickford Centre, our aim was to present a wide array of this seasons offerings to demonstrate how the varied styles and silhouettes can be worn. 

MOMOTARO - Dobby/Quilting Reversible Jacket - Indigo/Navy
PORTUGUESE FLANNEL - Colorado Plaid Flannel Shirt - Black/White
BON VIVANT - Otis Drawstring Pants - Navy Twill
RED WING - Classic Moc 6-Inch Leather Boots - Black Prairie

QUARTZ CO. - Kane Down Parka - Black
NEW BALANCE - NB Athletics Terrain Cargo Sweatpants - Black
NEW BALANCE - NB Athletics Terrain Hoodie - Sea Salt Heather
VEJA - SDU Rec B-Mesh - Silver/White/Nautico
BATTENWEAR - Watch Cap Beanie - Purple

Summer Looks vol 1


PALLET LIFE STORY Raw Narrow Denim - 15oz Indigo Selvedge 
VETRA Workwear Chore Jacket - Poplin Admiral Blue
BON VIVANT Gino Dyed Dobby Plaid - Navy/Light Blue
NEW BALANCE M990AE5 Made in the USA - Olive Green



NEW BALANCE Essentials Stacked Logo Short - Athletic Grey
VEJA V-10 Leather - Extra White/Nautico/Pekin
COLORFUL STANDARD Classic Organic Hoodie - Kelly Green
COLORFUL STANDARD Classic Organic T-Shirt - Sunny Orange

PORTUGUESE FLANNEL Saint Martin S/S Vacation Shirt - Purple Stripe
DANTON Nylon Taffeta Shorts - Navy
NOVESTA Star Master Mono - Navy
BON VIVANT Stevie Merino Tee - Purple
BATTENWEAR Eitherway Convertible Backpack - Ranger/Olive

Collection Review - Portuguese Flannel SS20 - Newcomer

Portuguese Flannel's SS20 collection pays homage to all the Portuguese immigrants and their descendants, who, we are very proud and grateful for having taken Portugal further and have generally given a great example of integration and respect for the cultures of the countries to where they went.

The Portuguese, from an early date, played an important role in the worlds current chapter of globalization and multiculturalism. They have a tradition of traveling to other cultures and places, to join other societies and are proud of doing it in a healthy way (adapting to these different cultures, but also, without forgetting our roots and legacy).

Particularly in the last 60 years, The Portuguese have seen a strong push of immigrants to several countries where they went in search of a better life. France was one of the countries that most of the Portuguese choose to go. The French society welcomed them and received them in a very friendly and respectful way. Very poor people went to a place that they hardly had heard of. But, they settled down, created bonds, established themselves in several locations, worked very hard and built their communities always side by side with the existing communities.

Nowadays, there are luso-descended from the third generations - young people completely integrated in the French society, playing the most diverse roles in the most different areas (art, fashion, construction, commerce, science, health, cleaning, cooking, only to name a few).


The Magalhães brothers express their deepest recognition and gratitude for all the brave Immigrants around the world.