What We Do
FASHION TEAM has 40 years of experience in delivering to customers.
The Apparel Industry is considered as one of the most unique industries universally, and it comprises everything that we wear.
Ready to wear apparel or garment manufacturing involves many processing steps, beginning with the idea or design concept and ending with a finished product. We are here to help you every step of the way.
We have all the know-how and expertise to provide you with all the solutions for your ideas. It always starts with an idea. We make it happen.
Sampling is a process of making a product proto-type prior to starting bulk production. The same process is applied to garment sampling. In mass garment manufacturing, where apparel brands source garments in bulk quantity, sample making is an essential step before placing the bulk order.
Quality control (QC)
We take garment QC checklists that clearly outlines product specifications and product quality requirements seriously.
As well as outlining quality standards and product requirements for both supplier and manufacturer of textiles, our checklist provides objective criteria for inspecting the product to ensure it meets customer expectations.
Made in Portugal
Located in southwestern Europe, Portugal is a welcoming and multicultural country with an open economy, where culture and tradition coexist with design, innovation, technology, and Textiles. Its strategic location, at the crossroads between the European, African and American continents, as well as its status as a European Union and Eurozone member state, make Portugal the ideal partner for your business.
Portugal’s excellent infrastructures, telecommunications, and quality of life attract visitors and companies from all over the world. Portuguese goods are characterised by their quality, authenticity and exclusivity, where sustainability is a priority and an industry concern.
Fashion Team is committed to supplying sustainable and quality products to our global customers, in a way that affects the environment as little as possible. In sustainable fashion production, organic and natural materials are used, working conditions at the factories are fair and the pollution emission is kept as low as possible.
Sustainable practices in textile industry include using less amounts of water, hazardous chemicals, pesticides, and fertilizers; adopting eco-friendly production processes; using less energy for production processes; and introducing 3 Rs—Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.