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The Fédération des Industries Diverses de l’Habillement (Federation of Diverse Clothing Industries) (FIDH) accompanies, informs and assures the promotion of the Fashion accessory manufacturers it represents: producers of buttons, belts and suspenders, umbrellas, ties, scarves and stoles, feathers, feathered accessories and hats. www.fidh-mode.com/

 

Compagnie Française du Bouton http://compagniefrancaisedubouton.com/fr/

The Compagnie Française du Bouton has existed in the market for over fifty years and manufactures buttons or other closures for the clothing industry. It supplies many French and European ready-to-wear brands, especially in the luxury industry.

MARCY http://www.marcy-sa.com/fr/pages/accueil/accueil.php

As a featherworker for 3 generations, the Marcy company provides an essential role in the market with its manufactured, treated and dyed articles made from feathers. Based in the Oise region (near Compiègne) on 11,000 sqm of land, our 3,000 sqm locale includes offices, a stockroom, a dyehouse and a manufacturing workshop. Thanks to our stock of every variety of farmed bird feathers, we can create and produce one-off pieces or series.

CREPIN PETIT https://www.mafabriquedeboutons.com/content/6-lentreprise

A PME (small/mid-sized company) of 34 employees located in the town of Bernaville in Picardie, part of France’s Hauts de France region, CREPIN-PETIT has been manufacturing buttons since 1874 and today supplies ready-to-wear brands who often opt for Made in France manufacturing: Lacoste, Petit Bateau, Armor Lux, Des Petits Hauts.

JANVIER GRUSON PRAT http://e-collection.framex.net/

As a Living Heritage Company that has existed since 1840, we have a collection of over 120,000 models that serve as templates for costume jewelry, furniture and lighting. We recently expanded our manufacturing capacity and now also produce metal buttons. We offer a variety of surface treatments (gilding, silvering, gunmetal, etc.) on our collection of over 10,000 pieces.

BOUTONS KOCHER http://www.boutons.fr/accueil.htm

Our French factory was opened in 1910. Since then, three generations of workers have passed down our special know-how.By machining NATURAL or UNUSUAL materials, we create essential styles that will be part of the fashions of tomorrow.

MEYNIER https://www.meynier.com/index.php?lang=fr

Located in the Jura mountains, our company is an expert in selecting and fashioning resins, an innovative material we enhance by using dyes, structures, depth and transparency.

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