(Author : Retail in Asia)
Spanish contemporary shoe brand Camper had a special personalisation offer for customers at its cafe at the annual Clockenflap music and art festival in Hong Kong.
International acts lined up for the three-day event, in its 10th year, including Dandy Warhols, Kaiser Chiefs, Massive Attack and The Prodigy.
Featuring brightly coloured geometric patterns and flags, the outdoor Kuuchi Cafe by Camper offered pastries and cakes as well as drinks. It had a special meal deal of two items and two beverages – as well as a DIY Camper linen shoe bag that could be personalised with colours and choice of lettering. Founded as a family business on the island of Mallorca in 1975, Camper launched as a brand in Barcelona in 1981 and has 15 stores in Hong Kong.
Source : insideretail.hk