The Campamento’s new collection, CORDADA “Tales of a roped party” is finally here!
CORDADA (roped party) is a group of mountaineers held by the same rope.
Mountaineering is not a simple sport, as it derives from an ancient exploratory activity of human beings. In addition, its lovers consider it a true lifestyle and a way of experiencing and interpreting the world around them. This sport is associated with many values such as personal growth, respect for nature, companionship and constant learning.
Beyond all this, in this collection we want to work around the concept of the Cordada (roped party). With this union through a rope (or without it), it is not important who reaches the top first: the important thing is the whole team arriving together.
When you are part of a team there are neither strong nor weak, what we find is solidarity, camaraderie and responsibility.
“It is not important who reaches the top first: the important thing is the whole team arriving together”.
This journey in which everyone matters gives us the opportunity to get to know ourselves and our colleagues better, giving rise to friendships and stories that will accompany us for the rest of our lives.
A range of organic tones and fun prints in quality garments make up this AW22 collection. We create timeless and unisex pieces with comfortable shapes that children want to wear. The search for new materials and the different washings make of each garment something different and special.
The Campamento was born with the vocation of doing things in the way to leave the world as little damaged as possible to the next generations. That’s why we are introducing improvements that will make a difference in their small scale. Every action counts. In this AW22 collection the 34% of the cotton used is GOTS certified and we also partner with the Better Cotton (BCI) to improve cotton farming globally.
Photography: Javier Ruiz
Art Direction & Styling: The Campamento
Producer: Blanca Sartorius
Photo assistant: Borja Llobregat
Production assistant: Alfonso Estrada