Design and intelligence meet style and artisan tradition at Campo Marzio, the historic Roman brand specialised in business and travel accessories, leather goods for him and for her, gifts, stationery and exquisite writing instruments.
Established in Rome in 1933, in the heart of the district admired by artists such as Picasso, Guttuso and De Chirico, as well as Federico Fellini and the protagonists of “La Dolce Vita”, for almost ninety years Campo Marzio has been sharing the all-Italian ability to interpret classical elegance through colour.
The collections of accessories, women’s bags, small leather goods, items for travel and work that combine practicality and elegance, are designed and created as objects of design in which timeless shapes meet the emotions of colour. Functional, original and consistently contemporary, Campo Marzio is the result of an extraordinary ability to master the perfect balance between proportions, attention to detail and creativity. Simple and charming, Campo Marzio products have conquered the world, managing to coordinate concepts of excellence, versatility and Italian style.
The original savoire faire and the extraordinary creative capacity meet a modern managerial vision that allows the historic Roman workshop to consolidate its recognition as an international brand.
What was once a modest workshop, full of charm thanks to its elegant ink cartridges that come in every shade of colour and its stunning writing instruments, today it is a recognizable brand which is appreciated around the world for its ability to build upon its heritage, using it to create a stylish service for a contemporary lifestyle.
Today, the products are distributed through a network of over fifty mono-brand stores around the world, located in the most important city centres, as well as through the more widespread traditional distribution channels.
With an important development plan of its own network in place, the company has now also branched into the area of travel retail, where it owns boutiques in Roma Termini train station, the airports of Roma Fiumicino, Barcelona, Madrid, and even in mainland China. More exciting openings are already expected later this year.