Similar to what we have covered in our guide for zipper’s industry standards, the testing standards for buttons or snap fasteners as a fastening device also vary greatly in different countries. In this article, we will present some of the important testing standards from leading countries all around the world. These standards are acknowledged internationally in the fashion and fastening industries around the world.
With the start of the new year, we are very pleased to inform the release of our Spring/Summer 2019 Zipper Fashion Trend Report. This bi-annual report will be our response to the ever-changing fashion trends moving forward, in general, and specific to the latest trends in zipper designs. Below you will find the highlights of our Spring/Summer 2019 Zipper Fashion Trend Report.
Zippers can come in many different colors, making them a preferable choice to add colors in many fashion items. Typically, the color is added by giving the zipper surface a finish with many different methods. Generally, the more complicated the method is, the more durable the finish will be. Paint chip-off is a common issue with painted sliders. Normally, painted chip-off can be found at the edge of the sliders or on the protruded part. How can we maintain the longevity of our painted zipper sliders? Here are a few tips
Buttons are not only a simple fastening device, but can also be a great accessory to enhance the aesthetic of your garment. Choosing the right type of garment buttons that will fit both your aesthetic and functional needs can be difficult with all the different types and options available. So in this guide, we will discuss ten different factors you should consider before purchasing your buttons of choice.
Buttons are often regarded as just small fastening device, and we often take it for granted. Actually, there are several different types of buttons, each with their own special features, qualities, and purposes. Two of the most common button types are the flat buttons and shank buttons, which are widely used in various types of garments. In this article, we will discuss the main differences between the two types, and several considerations you should have before purchase.
If you’ve ever put on a pair of jeans, the chances are that you’ve probably noticed the tiny copper buttons around the jean’s pockets. These copper buttons are called rivet buttons, and you may not have given much thought to them until this point. But as it turns out, these buttons are a vital component in jeans and have a pretty interesting story of origin, as you are about to discover.