Cinthia Boni Cordioli

Designer & Creative Director

Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil and raised in Scarsdale, New York, Cinthia Boni Cordioli's passion for fashion and design began at a very young age. She launched her career with a renowned fashion photographer, Kenneth Willardt, worked in house for brands like Giorgio Armani and Marc Jacobs and personally styled campaigns, editorials and some of the most influential women in New York City along side stylist Sarah Gore Reeves. Family always being paramount to Cinthia, she moved back to Brazil to raise her children while continuing to develop and launch up-and-coming Brazilian designers before embarking on her own brand. Cinthia currently resides in Miami with her husband, children, Luca and Vitoria, and their dog Nico.



Campo is a collection of sustainable sleepwear designed to be worn all day. The thoughtfully crafted, minimalist garments are made to be worn beyond bedtime, for living and lounging in simple elegance.

Campo ("Field" in Portuguese, and pronounced "Kam-pu"), native to our Founder and Creative Director, Cinthia Boni Cordioli.


Campo is a new brand, developed in 2019 and launched in 2020. Although new materials are used and new products are created, we are dedicated to providing quality garments that are timeless in design and wear. You will never want to wear anything else to sleep. And you won't need to. 

Ever mindful of a "slow fashion" sustainable design practice, Campo's fabric is ethically sourced, and all garments are consciously produced locally and in support of women artisans. We produce in small quantities and limit our distribution to an exclusive market. Our packaging is kept to a minimum and made of recycled and recyclable materials. 

Recognizing the importance of the purest fabrics and organic products on our skin, our cotton is 100% Global Organic Textiles Standard (GOTS) Certified. All of our fabric is dyed either using natural, plant-based dyes or chemical-free dyes. 

Our fabric deadstock is up cycled in the garments whenever possible. And we will maintain a commitment to sourcing only recycled, natural, or organic fabrics, seeking to find innovative and beautiful pieces always.

Our production has remained local, not only in support of the small factories and sample rooms that employ women in our community In Miami, but also to reduce our carbon footprint. We consciously chose to avoid back and forth meetings and reduce shipments across the country and overseas, which are disadvantageous to the environment and our mission.

Our commitment is to contribute to the sustainability of the fashion industry wherever possible, to constantly update our customers with our initiatives, and to provide beautiful garments that will last for many years to come.