For the second time at Première Vision Fabrics, where it debuted September last year, Joaps Malhas has strong expectations for expanding its customers’ list, where are already names such as Burberry and AllSaints, with a varied offer, from fashion to technical fabrics.
The question: " Is fashion art?" has been motivating the most different and yet peremptory answers. From Portugal to the world, Nazareth Collection eludes the quarrel over the issue, but added arguments in favour of "yes". Márcia Nazareth spends her days gathering photos that she then prints in the clothing collections of the brand, which inherited the family name.
The globalization phenomenon has put Cotex to the test, but the Portuguese lace company, founded in 1975, has adapted, added new capacities and conquered other market parts. Zara and Dolce & Gabbana are just two of the international names that already do not dismiss Cotex’s creativity in their collections.
Initially dedicated to footwear, Foot by Foot has expanded to other activity areas, having today a portfolio that serves equally the automotive industry, apparel manufacturing and home textiles. The bet in R&D is bearing fruits and the expansion project is based in new products and markets to reach the whole world.
Inup has started as a commercial company in 2011 and today its priority is to become a solid industrial unit. Being the third generation dedicated to home textiles, Joaquim Ferreira has decided, without cutting ties with the family’s company, Docofil, to write his own history in this sector.
Focused on quilts and carpets, Piscatêxtil’s imagination doesn’t end, however, in its two bestsellers, with the home textiles company investing in new technologies to develop and produce differentiated products and, with that, being increasingly present in the whole house.
The technologies and innovations applied to the fashion world, as RFID, became indispensable and a critical success factor for the efficiency it gives to the entire textile and clothing industry. Participate in the supplement "Secured Fashion" that Jornal Têxtil will publish in October and publicize your solutions to secure fashion!
The story started being told with an ancient sewing machine and it has been written in the hem of trousers. But Carlos Medeiros’ passion for working with burel ended up joining the commercial and entrepreneurial side of Elsa Gonçalves and then a brand that rummages archives has born, but doesn’t fail giving news.
Imprimis by Gulbena is investing in an increase of capacity with the acquisition of a third machine to leverage the growth in digital printing market. The entry into new markets, particularly in Northern Europe countries is also in sight for the Portuguese company.
It has a woman's name, it was founded by two and want to be the ally of urban females. Maria/Maleta was born in one of those long summer conversations between two friends and now, the Portuguese brand of handbags that invests on handmade, from São João da Madeira to the world, sells reversible "Marias" or even to the customer’s choice.