C.P. COMPANY


In 1971, Massimo Osti founded the Chester Perry brand. The name comes from the factory where Bristow, the hero of the Frank Dickens series, works.

Garment dyeing is the name given to a process pioneered by Massimo Osti and his collaborators for C.P. Company in the early 1970s in which a garment - usually made from white or raw un-coloured fabric - is only dyed as a final manufacturing step, subsequent to being fully-fashioned, as opposed to the conventional method of manufacturing garments from pre-dyed fabrics.

C.P. Company was founded by Massimo Osti, also known as "the godfather of urban sportswear".

        

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