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Camper's shoes are still designed and developed in Inca, in the rural heart of Mallorca, Spain. Founded in 1975, a young creative team works alongside artisans to create approximately 500 models each season. Now in its fourth generation, the brand's footprint has stretched around the globe with stores in more than 40 countries.

Since Lorenzo Fluxa established the company it has become well known for its experimental casual shoe collaborations with the likes of Nendo, Shigeru Ban, Kengo Kuma, the Campana Brothers, and Hella Jongerius.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

€200M (2013)

Segments / Shopping Categories:

menswear; womenswear; kidswear; home

Parent Company/Key Investors:

Camper

UK Standalone Stores: 7
International Stores & Stockists: 393
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 400
Key Brands Stocked:

Camper

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Calle Cuartel, 91. Poligono Industrial 07300 Inca
Website:
Key Locations:

London; Glasgow; Edinburgh; Spain; Italy; France

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Miguel Fluxá Orti (CEO)

Design Director: Romain Kremer (Global Creative Director)
Digital Director: Vladimir Stankovic (Global Digital & E-Commerce Director)
Marketing Director: Katherine Danby (Head of Global Media, PR and Digital)
HR Director: Irene Garcia (Global Head of Retail HR)
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