Kappa’s “Omini” logo pictures the silhouette of a man and woman leaning against each other.  It represents the equality of men and women and their mutual support.

The logo was created quite by accident during a photoshoot for a bathing suit advertisement for Beatrix in 1969. The silhouette cast by the backlighting of a man and woman leaning against one another seems to say something.  The idea grew into what is now the logo for Kappa and Robe di Kappa brands and a recognised symbol of quality and style.


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