Dutch designer Eric Hullegie has approached shoe manufacturing in a new an interesting way as part of his latest project. Using vacuum molding technology to create the upper of the shoe the shoe, Hullegie reinterpreted various Camper silhouettes, creating a seamless and stylish end result. Although primarily an artistic excersize, Hullegie’s project makes an interesting point about re-imaginging current production methods to make them less impactful and more efficient.
French designer Roman Kremer has collaborated with Camper to recreate the classic oxford shoe. The creative fusion of an everyday sneaker and comfortable fitting, flows well with this traditional look. Comes in leather on the upper, a lace-up design, cushioned insole and rubber outsole.
The vibrant rubber heel is the highlight of this contemporary shoe. Now available at Opening Ceremony, priced at $205 USD.
Beauty & Youth and Spanish footwear brand Camper collaborate on this unique paint-drop desert boot as part of their small capsule footwear collection for Fall/Winter 2011. Offered in two colorways, tan and grey, these suede boot combine artsy flair with a classic silhouette for a great looking shoe overall. Available now through zozotown.
Veronique Branquinho and Spanish footwear designer Campercome together to produce a collection of dress shoes for Camper’s Together initiative, which culminates in three men’s Derby styles: a leather lace-up, a similar model with a step-down heel, and a third version in leather and linen materials. The result is a manifestation of the two collaborators shared values regarding creativity, design, good quality, simplicity and austerity and will be available February.