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C.P. Company


The Original Italian Sportswear Brand



In 1971 Massimo Osti founded the Chester Perry brand.




Massimo, referring to his experience as a graphic designer, immediately created a distinctive communication style for his company.



From the very beginning the company was an innovator because it used methods for printing t-shirts that at the time were only used for printing on paper.




In the early 1970s, the company also began experimenting with garment dyeing.




Garment dyeing is the name of a process introduced by Massimo Osti and his collaborators for C.P. Company in the early 1970s.



According to this technique, a garment, usually made of white or raw uncolored fabric, is dyed only in the final phase of the production process, after the complete finishing.




This technique differs from the conventional method which involves the production of garments starting from already dyed fabrics.




For more than 45 years, the brand has continued to explore its particular reworking of archival military, work and sports garments, combining them with an intense search for innovation in Italian fabrics.



In 1979 the C.P. Company transformed the mountaineers' nylon down jacket into an urban jacket. The down jacket became an irreplaceable alternative to the wool coat which, until the 1970s, was the dominant winter jacket style in Italian cities.




Over the years, the dyeing techniques of the garments are perfected more and more until reaching the great success of our days.



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C.P. Company


The Original Italian Sportswear Brand



In 1971 Massimo Osti founded the Chester Perry brand.




Massimo, referring to his experience as a graphic designer, immediately created a distinctive communication style for his company.



From the very beginning the company was an innovator because it used methods for printing t-shirts that at the time were only used for printing on paper.




In the early 1970s, the company also began experimenting with garment dyeing.




Garment dyeing is the name of a process introduced by Massimo Osti and his collaborators for C.P. Company in the early 1970s.



According to this technique, a garment, usually made of white or raw uncolored fabric, is dyed only in the final phase of the production process, after the complete finishing.




This technique differs from the conventional method which involves the production of garments starting from already dyed fabrics.




For more than 45 years, the brand has continued to explore its particular reworking of archival military, work and sports garments, combining them with an intense search for innovation in Italian fabrics.



In 1979 the C.P. Company transformed the mountaineers' nylon down jacket into an urban jacket. The down jacket became an irreplaceable alternative to the wool coat which, until the 1970s, was the dominant winter jacket style in Italian cities.




Over the years, the dyeing techniques of the garments are perfected more and more until reaching the great success of our days.



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