Sustainability made in Portugal promises an account of the London Textile Fair, which takes place this Monday and Tuesday at the Business Design Center (Islington). 6 Têxteis, Albano Morgado, Burel Factory, Fite, Lemar, LMA Magma Têxtil, TMG/MGL, Troficolor and Vilarinho, the entourage of From Portugal companies, which are joined by Adalberto, Bloomati by Carvema, Paulo de Oliveira and Penteadora.
Companies meet the current fair with how much the presence in the edition currently occurs later: “The research that produces the fair will have an opportunity for Rodrigues visitors”, Belmira, manager of Albano Morgado focuses its offer, in a diversified range of wool fabrics and wool blends.
Lemar, on the other hand, is committed to fabrics with certified eco-friendly yarns of European origin. “We have never ceased to be confident about the British market. It is a very entrepreneurial market”, says Flávio Dias, export sales manager. The memedas on the market are not intimidated by Fititem either, they are optimistic about its articles, “products that in themselves are shown by the company and are biodegradable”, he says, quoted, in a statement by ASM.
But age does not stop here, also a specialist in Troficolor Denim, taking organic and recycled fibers, to “quilted denim, denim with jaquard aspects, ready-to-wear denim with a wintery finish and wool look”, among other differentiating items, lists Ana Maria Magalhães , manager of the external market of the company Trofense.
For Magma Têxtil, the presence at the London Textile Fair means a networking opportunity: “Many of the brands that we see as potential partners and buyers are regulars at this fair. Always a positive answer, it is a market in which quality Gui has several brands and where there is a space to captivate new customers, Textile, without quality Gui, we have several brands and we have several spaces to captivate new customers, textile.
Focused on outwear and performance items, TMG/MGL also confidently returns to the London Textile Fair: “it is always interesting for the premium brands and the market niches that are found during the right” describes the company, always highlighting its technical items. .
In terms of well-being and incorporation of food in finishes, there will be an Adalberto, who will present two collections to the market: a first made with fruit (banana, orange and pineapple) and a second capsule and green tea.
The participation of Portuguese SME companies in the London Textile Fair is an initiative of Selectiva Moda and ATP – Associação Têxtil e Vestuário de Portugal, which aims to promote the internationalization of Portuguese companies in the fashion area. The “From Portugal” project is co-financed by Portugal 2020, within the scope of Compete 2020 – Operational Program for Competitiveness and Internationalization and Lisbon 2020 – Regional Operational Program for Lisbon, with an eligible support amount of €6,648,794.78, from the €3,735,305.80 comes from the European Union, through the European Regional Development Fund.