The Spanish shoe brand Camper has launched a collection called ‘ReCrafted’, it reports in a press release.
With the initiative, Camper wants to give used, returned and broken shoes a new life. For the new shoe line, used shoes are transformed into new, unique designs.
The Spanish brand, known for its attention to sustainability, develops the collection in its studio on the island of Mallorca. Here, young designers work together to give Camper’s old shoe models an original look using technology and the latest materials.
By using used shoes, and with its project ‘Second Life’, where customers can return old Camper shoes, Camper is also emphasizing a more responsible way of handling fashion and products in general.
The first Camper ReCrafted collection will be available this month via its own website and the sales price varies from 170 to 190 euros for both the women’s and men’s models.
Source: fashionunited.nl by fashionunited.nl.
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