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The Camper exhibition, curated by Pete Collard and Anniina Koivu, is now being hosted at the Vitra Design Museum, the temple of famous designers ( May 13 to November 1, 2015), celebrating forty years of the Spanish brand. The exhibition is “fitting” testimony to the object value of footwear. In addition to presenting different models of shoes designed by famous stylists and designers who have marked the path of the company, Camper creates commercial spaces around the world signed by famous designers such as Marti Guixe, Nendo, Jaime Hayon, Campana Brothers, Fernando Amat, Doshi & Levine and Thomas Alonso.
In addition to presenting the various models, the exhibition tells the history of the company which began in 1877, when founder Antonio Fluxà set sail for England to investigate new methods of industrial production, and goes on to investigate the potential future of the way of walking, exploring how technological and sociological developments can change the experience of walking.

Lo scorso 18 giugno Vitra e Camper hanno presentato un progetto pop-up della durata di tre mesi presso la Cupola al Campus Vitra di Weil am Rhein
Last June 18, Vitra and Camper presented a pop-up project in the Dome of the Vitra campus in Weil am Rhein, which lasted three months
L’allestimento degli spazi espositivi è stato affdato all’architetto Diébédo Francis Kéré, nato in Burkina Faso e formatosi a Berlino.
The exhibition space was prepared by Diébédo Francis Kéré, an architect born in Burkina Faso and educated in Berlin
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The pop-up also served sa forum for ethical fashion, with the United Nations program that supports artisans from countries like Ghana and Haiti, promoting collaborations with famous designers and brands like Camper
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Presentazione complete delle scarpe dalla collezione Twins Camperp
Complete presentation of the Twins Camper collection
All’interno del pop-up, uno scanner rileva misurazioni precise dei piedi dei clienti. I visitatori possono poi ordinare una soletta interna personalizzata in base alla conformazione individuale del proprio piede.
Inside the pop-up, a scanner gives precise measurements of clients. Visitors can order a personalized insert based on the individual shape of their foot.
Calzatura Wabi – termine giapponese derivante dal verbo “Wabiru” che significa “chiedere perdono”. Nell’interpretazione di Camper significa: semplice, modesto, per nulla pretenzioso e privo di artifici.
Wabi footwear, taken from the Japanese verb “Wabiru”, meaning to ask forgiveness. For Camper, it means simplicity, modesty, with no pretensions or deceptions.
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Uno tra gli esclusivi e originali poster esposti a Life on Foot, la mostra che celebra I 40 anni di Camper
One of the original and exclusive posters exhibited in “Life on Foot”, the exhibition celebrating 40 years of Camper
Life on foot presenta material esclusivo dietro le quinte dello sviluppo della collezione Primavera Estate 2016
Life on Foot presents exclusive behind-the-scenes material on the development of the 2016 Spring collections
Uno tra gli esclusivi e originali poster esposti a Life on Foot, la mostra che celebra I 40 anni di Camper
One of the original and exclusive posters exhibited in “Life on Foot”, the exhibition celebrating 40 years of Camper
Foto “Familia” in bianco e nero dall’archivio Camper.
Family photo in black and white, from the Camper archives
Uno tra gli esclusivi e originali poster esposti a Life on Foot, la mostra che celebra I 40 anni di Camper
One of the original and exclusive posters exhibited in “Life on Foot”, the exhibition celebrating 40 years of Camper

WHERE: Vitra design museum – Charles-Eames-Straße 2, 79576 Weil am Rhein, Germania

The Camper exhibition, curated by Pete Collard and Anniina Koivu, is now being hosted at the Vitra Design Museum, the temple of famous designers ( May 13 to November 1, 2015), celebrating forty years of the Spanish brand. The exhibition is “fitting” testimony to the object value of footwear. In addition to presenting different models of shoes designed by famous stylists and designers who have marked the path of the company, Camper creates commercial spaces around the world signed by famous designers such as Marti Guixe, Nendo, Jaime Hayon, Campana Brothers, Fernando Amat, Doshi & Levine and Thomas Alonso.
In addition to presenting the various models, the exhibition tells the history of the company which began in 1877, when founder Antonio Fluxà set sail for England to investigate new methods of industrial production, and goes on to investigate the potential future of the way of walking, exploring how technological and sociological developments can change the experience of walking.

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The Moodboarders is a glance into the design world, which, in all of its facets, captures the extraordinary even within the routine. It is a measure of the times. It is an antenna sensitive enough to pick-up on budding trends, emerging talents and neglected aesthetics. Instead of essays, we use brief tales to tune into the rhythm of our world. We travelled for a year without stopping, and seeing as the memory of this journey has not faded, we have chosen to edit a printed copy. We eliminated anything episodic, ephemeral or fading, maintaining a variety of articles that flow, without losing the element of surprise, the events caught taking place, and the creations having just bloomed.