The November edition of Vogue Portugal magazine is now available and the editorial is dedicated to the arts. One of this month’s covers features model Kirsi Pyrhönen photographed in the Sculpture Room of the Soares dos Reis National Museum, next to the plaster of the Brotero Statue by António Soares dos Reis.
This issue of Vogue Portugal magazine is “dedicated to all types of arts, such as Fashion, celebrating work and artists but, above all, creativity and the audacity to break barriers through artistic expression”.
“When the dust of the centuries settles, what remains of each civilization are not its dogmas and ideologies, nor its reasons for going to war, but its arts”, writes the magazine’s director, Sofia Lucas, for November edition of this monthly magazine, aimed at a female audience.
Remember that this is not the Soares dos Reis National Museum’s first experience in connecting with the world of fashion. In October 2023, for example, the Soares dos Reis National Museum was one of the stages of Portugal Fashion.
The collections of Diogo Miranda, Huarte and Alves/Gonçalves were presented in Camellias Garden and Rainha D. Amélia Velodrome Garden, with the Soares dos Reis National Museum serving as the setting for the new creations.