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Union bring strength to Com-Prensa

To better show its competences in decoration and accessories’ application in apparel, including transfers in strass and vinyl, laser cutting and engraving, digital printing, sublimation and serigraphy, Com-Prensa is presenting collections made in partnership with Portuguese apparel manufacturing companies.

Mahrla’s dances

She fell in love by customized t-shirts, but she ended up compromising with minimalistic dresses that enjoy swirling around. With the product change came also a name changing in national fashion books and, the then personaliTee is now Mahrla. The creative vein that crosses it comes from the same person, Sílvia Pereira.

Bus on its way to the future

In 2015 it has suffered a rebranding, saying goodbye to “Urban Wear”, but, the nowadays Bus, didn’t stop watering its irreverent roots. With blue blood on its veins, Cruz & Areal’s jeanswear’s brand has on the national market its best ally and the online assault on its sight.

Labrador’s new life

A melancholic ex-customer and a group displaced from its core business have decided to give a second chance to an apparel brand with 25 years. José Luís Pinto Basto, CEO of The Edge Group, surprised with the bankrupt of Labrador, went to the auction and bought the brand. A real phoenix, the first store has re-opened in 2013, immediately with positive results, and internationalization’s flight are already in agenda.

Pacifique Sud: clothes on the street

It came back to the streets in 2014, to be reunited with the usual suspects: young urban people in love with sports and who love being outdoors and a healthy lifestyle. Pacific Sud jumped from the 90’s to today, with the input of partners João Freitas and Raquel Ribeiro Freitas. In 2016, it’s already “part of the group” and, with it, is evolving with original partnerships – from surf to graffiti.

Making friends around the world

United Kingdom is one of the new expansion targets of Inimigo Clothing that, besides the t-shirts for which it is famous, is evolving to a total look offer. Shoes and jeans are already part of the Portuguese brand’s offer, which has the United States as its main market.

Perfect sewing

Born 35 years ago in Oporto, Confecções Manuela & Pereira would move 10 years later to Baião and it stayed there. Although the interior localization, the bet on a quality service – assured by the special attention given to human resources – has allowed it to gain the preference of well-known international brands.