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02 Apr 2020
By Vogue Portugal

When you're free only in between two walls, freedom of speech manifests in your wardrobe.

When you're free only in between two walls, freedom of speech manifests in your wardrobe.

And the windows, the walls, the corners of your house become your shop window to the world. Even if it's just yours, made of bricks and mortar. With total freedom in the silhouettes, cleavage and cut-outs, plus the colour scheme, take out of the closed those reds you had forgotten, dust off those little black dresses, take a trip down memory lane with those long gowns, amazing high-knee boots and these gloves too. Level up on hair and make up, on the accessories game as well, grab that golden overcoat - and go out to dinner. In the kitchen table. Because freedom can also be that of the mind and of creativity - even when you're bound to one place. Photography by Linda Leitnet. Styling by Michaela Konz.*

*Full credits on the print issue.

This article was originally published in Vogue Portugal's Freedom issue, from April 2020. Para ler este artigo em português, veja a edição de Liberdade da Vogue Portugal. 

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