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New at Designer Studio: Camper

Camper_logoFounded in Spain in 1877, Camper’s legacy has thrived on their quality products and their innovative designs. With a strong passion for design, they’ve branched out to other projects like the hotel business! Their style is for those who appreciate classic looks with some unconventional twists. Here are some examples of classic styles made with Camper influence.

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Camper® Men’s Peu Slip-on in Tan

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Camper® Men’s Romeo in Black

The Peu is a slip-on sneaker for men that’s made of leather and recyclable materials. It also has a specific shape that separates it from the rest. With the odd shape of the foot in mind, the shoe is molded so that your feet naturally fit.

The Romeo is a boot that takes influences from a rugged desert shoe and a classy oxford shoe. With sleek styling, it was created with a vulcanized rubber sole. In other words, it has sophisticated style, but has the comfort of a sneaker!

Want to check out more Camper items? Head over to the Designer Studio website for new brands and items!

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Look Fashion Or Look Unique? How To Avoid Style Plagiat?

Season after season fashion gurus draw our outfits, choosing colors, materials and even makeup and hair styles. With variety of designers and their own creative directions fashionistas have many options to go for. But as noticed every season there is this “one thing”, we know is the greatest invention and we have to have it! So it gets done buy many brands with their own interpretation, advertised all over the planet, and then guess what?… sold to millions of people. This is fashion, but don’t we want to look unique as well?  By the end of the day, what make certain item fashion? – Publicity or the fact that you see this piece on every second person around you?

Another side of the story is when people look unique. And we think something is unique because we didn’t see it before, so that means it wasn’t “approved” by media. I am sure you agree, that a lot of people follow by “what Vogue said”, and will call this unique item or outfit tasteless. What are you thought? How to balance between being fashion and being unique?

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