Camper conquers Manhattan
The Spanish footwear brand opens its Camper Together Nendo shop on iconic Fifth Avenue.
On 21 May, Camper opened its fourth shop in the Big Apple at 522 Fifth Avenue. Level with 44th Street, it carries the unmistakeable minimalist style of Nendo, the studio run by the Canadian architect of Japanese origin, Oki Sato.
Designed as a clean-cut, functional space and inspired by an art installation, it places all the focus on Camper’s footwear. The concept revolves around its legendary “Pelotas” shoe, designed in white resin to look as if it is walking on air, covering the walls and creating the feel of a well-ordered warehouse. The new Camper Together shop also has an area given over to showcasing the brand’s new sock and bag collections, designed in partnership with Dai Fujiwara.
Founded in Majorca in 1975, Camper has footwear for men, women and children defined by comfort, durability and sparkling creativity. Active in more than 50 countries and with 300 shops, Camper continues unstoppable on its own unique ‘world tour’. The brand has just opened new Camper Together shops in Copenhagen and Brussels with the help of Martí Guixé and in Sao Paulo with Marko Brajovic. This summer comes another Sao Paulo shop, with Campana Brothers, followed by London with Doshi Levien and Philadelphia, again with Martí Guixé, the three latest boutiques on its busy schedule.
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