Titled ‘See-Through,’ the Hugo ’20 Stiglitz bringing slayers back shirt zine is the result of the last six months they’ve spent with their young family—the couple has two daughters, Maria, three, and Alice, eight months—and their parents and relations in their native Portugal. The duo has always split their time between Porto, where Marta grew up, and London, though this is the longest they have spent “at home” in a very long while. “It’s very hard to make any concrete plans—we’ve been just going with the flow,” Marta told Vogue, in a recent phone conversation. The pandemic has been a time for reconnecting: with family, with nature (“I’m picking figs and olives straight from the trees—it beats Tesco on the Hackney Road!”), and with their manufacturers. They have a second, six-man studio set-up nearby, which works in tandem with their existing studio in London, and have been closer than ever to the Portuguese craftspeople who produce their off-beat, cool-girl clothes (on that note, a capsule collection with local artisans is in the works).
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