MrDheo Brand, “from Porto to the World”

Imagem da notícia: MrDheo Brand, “from Porto to the World”

Known for its urban artworks, and despite choosing the street as the perfect place to create, MrDheo collaborates with well-known national and international companies. Thus, from graffiti on murals to clothing, to glasses, MrDheo Brand is a form of expression with “urban art in the heart”.

The brand’s official presentation, in partnership with Waylife de Hugo Oliveira, took place on the night of May 3 at Armazéns do Castelo, a project of the emblematic Lello Bookstore in downtown Porto. 

“This event served to introduce MrDheo Brand, Streetwear & Sunglasses, produced by Waylife. The project is not only restricted to eyewear, because we also created a line of streetwear, with hoodies, t-shirts, caps, sweatshirts, etc.,” said Hugo Oliveira, the mentor of Waylife, to ÓpticaPro.

May 13, 2019

Notícias relacionadas

Covid-19: The ANO signs protocol with Government and the DGS

The Portuguese National Association of Opticians (ANO), with the Government and the Directorate-General of Health (DGS), signed a cooperation protocol for the reopening of the economy. This protocol was created thanks to the collective effort of several associations - among them the ANO -, their association leaders and the Portuguese Commerce and Services Confederation (CCP) which autonomously and responsibly produced manuals and guidelines for health and good practices in the resuming of business activity.

Ler mais May 8, 2020

Survey Analysis on the impact of Covid-19 in the Optical Industry

The National Opticians Association (ANO) commissioned an economic study on the optical industry in Portugal from the Centre for Applied Studies (CEA) of the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP). Its aim is to analyse the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the industry. The data will result in a set of concrete measures to support optical retailers.

Ler mais April 28, 2020

Fabrióptica stores are not respecting the State of Emergency

The Portuguese National Association of Opticians (ANO) strongly condemns the conduct of Fabrióptica, which owns ‘Fábrica de Óculos do Cacém’ and ‘Chiado Eyeglass Factory’ in Lisbon. They are sending advertising messages to clients and potential customers, urging them to leave their homes to visit their stores in the middle of the State of Emergency, not complying with the legislation in force.

Ler mais April 18, 2020