A simple design can always be sophisticated through trimmings. Sometimes buttons, ribbons, zippers, crystals or embroidery can turn a bland, vulgar piece into something original and creative. There are even those who have made some of these elements their sign of identity. The trimmings, among which the buttons are counted, go beyond the purely functional to be an element of weight in fashion. Burberry buttons, for example, had a Spanish stamp for a long time, and most probably will again. Disboton, based in Santa Perpetua de Mogoda (Barcelona), has a wide variety of English brands on its list of clients, thus supporting the emblematic British style.
The company manufactures both for large groups and for the most recognized firms at Fashion Week in Paris, London, Milan and New York among a wide variety of prestigious fashion shows around the world. Europe is the company’s main commercial area, although in recent years it has stepped on the accelerator in emerging economies, such as Russia, Mexico and various Latin American countries, including Colombia and Argentina. The company’s internationalization plan, after the road traveled, is to continue opening up to the world by expanding its commercial network wherever new growth opportunities are detected. In its beginnings, the founder of the company, José Oriol Marín, sold his collections to haberdashery and high-end clothing manufacturers. Over time and being aware of the change in direction of the fashion business and the transformation of the textile and clothing industry, the decision was made to reorient the initial focus and create other lines focused on fast fashion to meet the needs of all types of clients.