It owns 70 stores, supplies countless more, and runs a hotel and a restaurant. But the family behind the quirky, creative Spanish shoe brand Camper is still committed to its native roots and long tradition of quality.
Tangier, a crossroad of cultures and long a draw for artists and writers in search of a dose of naughtiness, is the setting for our North African sojourn in linen and cotton jackets and hard-working loafers.
In the fresh morning chill of the UK’s southern counties lies a late-1960s hideaway by architect Rex Johnson. Monocle makes itself at home with a selection of winter clothing befitting a lost modern classic.