Just a couple of months after unveiling their collaboration with Berlin-based artist Max Guther, in the form of a campaign in which 3D aesthetics brought everyday life and hyperrealism closer together, Camper presents their new Spring/Summer 2021 collection. Continuing with their approach to day-to-day details (which make the difference), this new proposal claims the value of craftsmanship, functionality and the use of techniques that have been proven effective, without renouncing to design.
It seems like yesterday when we celebrated, accompanied by Coco Capitán and her London football team, Whippets, the launch of the Spring/Summer 2020 collection created by the artist together with the brand founded in Mallorca. Although the calendar shows that a year has passed since then, the pandemic has made us lose track of time. A turbulent period in which Camper has not stopped creating, making simplicity a strong point and demonstrating that practical designs for daily life don’t have to be boring and homogeneous.

Inspired by the nautical world and the sea that many of us haven’t seen for many months, Camper dispenses with the stridency of neon colours to embrace earth tones, ocher and different ranges of brown and beige, which refer to artisan workshops and the instinct for exploration and survival. Oruga and Match models incorporate the colourful note that characterises the brand, finding its greatest exponent in Kobarah, their emblematic experimental design reminiscent of a sculpture. The Spring/Summer 2021 collection is connected to the time we are living and the unmistakable character that defines Camper.
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