|Calvin Klein Collection||Camper Together X Bernhard Willhelm|
|Cecchi De Rossi||Cecilio Castrillo for Jean Pierre Bua|
|Kris Van Assche||Les Hommes|
|Lost And Found||Lost And Found Rooms|
|Maison Martin Margiela||Marc Jacobs|
|Sébastien Blondin||Tom Rebl|
|Alexander McQueen||Amaya Arzuaga|
|Amen||Anne Valerie Hash|
|Anton Heunis||Augustin Teboul|
|Avelon||Calvin Klein Collection|
|Camper Together X Bernhard Willhelm||Cecchi De Rossi|
|Cecile Bertrand||Cecilio Castrillo for Jean Pierre Bua|
|Christian Pellizzari||David Koma|
|Faith Connexion||Gina Shoes|
|Jc De Castelbajac||Jean Paul Gaultier|
|Laura B||Lost And Found|
|Louis Mariette||Ludmila Unconventional Jewelry|
|M Missoni||Maison Martin Margiela|
|Pascal Millet||Pierre Louis Mascia|
|Sonia Rykiel||Talbot Runhof|
|Ter et Bantine||Tsumori Chisato|
|Ugo Cacciatori||Ugo Cacciatori|
Farfetch and actor Samuel Anderson (Doctor Who) talk about his career and his wardrobe: "I’m a big fan of tweed" -says Sam- "I don’t know where it’s come from – probably my granddad. He would wake up and put a suit on and sit in the house."
"On screen he may be a matchs teacher, but off-screen the actor proves a true style setter..." - Farfetch.
CAPARA was founded in Antwerp, Belgium in 2009 by sisters Vera and Olivera Capara. Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, raised in Ludwigsburg, Germany, they both come to Antwerp and Graduated in Fashion in 2000 from The Royal Academy of Fine Arts.
Vera and Olivera Capara
After graduation from The Academy they both went on to work as design assistants for DRIES VAN NOTEN. In 2003 they started working together as designers for MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA where they developed the artisanal line for women and men.
After working for MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA Vera and Olivera separated in 2007 and worked for different brands, for DELVAUX in Brussels -Europe´s oldest leather goods company- and for RAF SIMONS at JIL SANDER in Milan. In 2012 CAPARA started the "CAMPER Together" collaboration" with CAMPER SHOES.
The aspiration of the label CAPARA is to communicate a coexistence of a designed visual world, an atmosphere translated in fashion accompanied by words, stories and statements.
The esthetical vision of CAPARA is to embody innovative yet elegant designs, embracing the principles of progress and constant transformation whilst respecting the need to take the time to stand still, to inhale the zeitgeist.
The love of experimenting and searching for new shapes and proportions within recognisable garments is the utter goal. Developing new research is a further focus and accompanies the concept of the collections.