Italian premium sustainable swimwear and accessories brand Kampos has announced the opening of two new boutiques in Italy: in Porto Rotondo, Sardinia and on the island of Panarea.
The latter is now officially open and the result of a partnership with Antonio De Domenico, owner of the Buganville Boutique and the Hotel Lisca Bianca. Panarea is the smallest island of the Aeolian Islands off the coast of Sicily and accessible only by sea.
Outside the Kampos Panarea store
The store is located in the well-known San Pietro Street and wants to connect the universe of Kampos to the natural beauty of the island. The 45 sqm location features paintings on the bright white walls created by Kampos artist Claudia Filigheddu. The paintings are inspired by the bougainvillea, plant symbol of the island of Panarea. Furniture and decorations are made of local woods and recycled materials. The overall picture is completed by the mosaic floor, which with its blue, yellow and green colors evokes a plant that is symbolic for Sicilian tradition and culture: the lemon.
Swimwear on display in Kampos' Panarea store
"We are an ambitious company, and we are constantly looking to grow our business with the right partners. Our partnership with Antonio De Domenico came about naturally. We both share the same passion for luxury and sustainability, and of course for the Mediterranean Sea," says Alessandro Vergano, CEO and founder of Kampos.
The second store in Porto Rotondo is to open later this summer.