|Key people||• Marco Daniele Boglione, Administration Council President and Massimo Boidi, President|
|Products||Clothing, Sportswear, Footwear|
Known as the Omini, is a silhouette of a man (left) and woman (right) sitting back to back in the nude. Created in 1969 by mere accident. After a photo shoot for a bathing suit ad, a man and a woman were sitting back-to-back, naked, with the outlines of their bodies traced by the back lighting. The photographers knew they had something and the idea grew into what is now the logo for Robe di Kappa, or the Kappa brand which was later attributed to the active and sports wear. Symbolizes the mutual support between Man and Woman, and their completion.
Kappa and its sister brands are owned by the holding company BasicNet.
Kappa is a corporate sponsor of world football; their boots are worn on many pitches by footballers throughout the world. The company also is the current kit supplier for the Italy national rugby union team.