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.
From LEDs to the introduction of nanotechnology, Fiorima runs in the way of innovation. The gaiter sock – which protects athletes from having water and sand in the shoe while practicing sports – proved to be a success in the market, but the company maintains its focus on the constant development of new products.
Close to celebrate the golden anniversary, Malhas Carjor is also toasting to silver. A new line of products that incorporates gold and silver in items such as coats and blankets, recalls the journey of nearly five decades dedicated to knits and paves the way to reach new markets.
Foreseeing a demand in the markets and customers it serves, the Portuguese company specializing in seamless clothing Sonicarla has focused on developing new products to stay ahead of the competition, in an amalgam of performance and fashion surfing the athleisure trend.
Those who navigate in any of the online platforms of the Portuguese brand are immediately invited to a trip to Bali. The promotional video "Enjoy life" carries cybernauts to paradisiacal landscapes that are mirrored in DCK’s boardshorts. In the physical stores, which receive new articles every two weeks, the itinerary is similar and the hosts remain the swim shorts with limited edition.
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!
In dialogue with the work of Antoni Gaudí, Oscar Niemeyer, Frank Gehry and Álvaro Siza Vieira, the first collection of Pitaya, signed by Joana Vaz, a blogger based in the north of Portugal, has architecture as its starting point and the as destiny the wardrobe of urban women, who privilege minimalist pieces, or even made to measure.