Camper lands in Scotland
Camper ventures north with its first store in Scotland, long after its landing in London’s Covent Garden in 1995. The store rather aptly located in Scotland’s Capital – Edinburgh, 3-5 Hanover St.
Edinburgh – a city famous for its culture, museums and above all the annual Comedy Fringe festival held every August.
Camper unveiled its very first store in 1981 in Barcelona and since then has opened many stores around the world, working with many innovators across the world of design, architecture and art including Carlos Rolando, Javier Mariscal, Neville Brody, Fernando Amat and the Memphis group.
The Edinburgh store follows the simple yet original design created by Marti Guixe. An info shop, featuring a very simple aesthetic using Camper red and white, encased in natural wood. The walls are the “info” holders displaying a catalogue of Camper history in graphics.
Finally Camper is available outside of London in the historic city of Edinburgh. …Come on an visit this new space, what are you waiting for?