While in Lisbon, I wandered into some charming little artist studios and had the chance to photograph them for an upcoming travel story. I wanted to share a few of the outtakes here. One of the studios is a restored grocery, Rés do Chao, that is a working/retail co-op of six different designers. I’ll be featuring a few of them here but today I wanted to share the Tema Sisters, a clothing brand developed by Teresa and Madalena. These two sisters design this fresh, young line of handmade clothing. I love the simple but unconventional styles and fits.
They launch limited-edition lines seasonally and when I visited were selling these adorable rompers.
I love the fit of these easy rompers, the girls were kind enough to model for me. Take a look at their newest botanical collection for summer. I think it’s super sweet!
Here’s their upstairs studio where they design and plan their newest collections.
Dressmaking forms and fabric swatches fill their working studio.
I hope you loved this little peek behind the scenes at Tema’s studio. Read more about them here!
Photos by Chelsea Fuss. Brochure photography by Marta Gomes de Oliveira.
That is my dream wardrobe.