Popular German brand Closed, initially conceived as pure denim brand in 1978 (its X-Pockets are unmistakable!) that over the years has become a true excellence in the apparel sector, has dedicated a special story, in its magazine’s latest issue, to Cobrax and its buttons. A quote from the piece: “We have been working with the company for over 20 years now – and we are absolutely certain that none of our jeans would be complete if they did not have one of Cobrax’s beautiful buttons”.
The article on Closed Magazine is not only about the history of a company and its products but also of the people that work here and that everyday share their passion: Andrea Norido, Responsible of the Moulds and Presses from the Padova offices says “For me buttons are like small jewels. Each one is beautiful in its own way.They are small pieces of art. I find buttons extremely fascinating because I appreciate the research and effort that goes behind each of them”.
Andrea’s story in Cobrax, started 35 years ago when the company was known as Micro and had a staff of 14 people, is marked by intense working days – never boring – made of careful planning, technical research and constant changes, which he tackles with enthusiasm every day.
For more details on the piece and find out what makes a Cobrax button unique: