Uses: TINGECOR, VIVACOR, SINTEXCOR and TIRACOR
"It was due to the lack of opportunity in the labour market that started to dye. I found out about this work through someone in my family who gave me the chance to learn a new profession. I'm just enjoying it and getting better. To do it, you must love what you do, since it requires dedication and patience. It's nice to have freedom to do things your way, but it's a great challenge to stay with the market."
"I started to dye using the "flit" pump (Guarany Export) in the 70's. I made a lot of products to sell, now the dyeing has become a family tradition. It takes perseverance and not giving up on the first attempts. It's very satisfying to see the item of clothing ready, it pleases the client and they recommend it to other people. If you do a job well, you will feel rewarded."
Uses: TINGECOR, TIRACOR and FIXACOR
"Inspired by the arts and crafts of the Indians and also by slaves during the colonization, Kamui came up with the idea of making Brazilian fashion, using handicraft dyeing techniques, macramé and manual embroidery. To stand out, you need to produce something different, innovating products and processes, don't limit yourself to what the internet shows how other brands are already doing".
"What motivated us to dye the precious stones was our customer's demand for stones or pearls in colours that sometimes we didn't have available in our stock or with our suppliers. The big challenge is to meet the expectations of customers for new colours, following fashion trends."