C.P. Company is an Italian apparel brand founded in 1971 by designer Massimo Osti.
Initially called Chester Perry, its name was changed in 1978 following a lawsuit by Chester Barry and Fred Perry, for the use of their first name and surname.
C.P. Company clothing design often conducts research and design into military uniforms and work suits.
It became known for its functional, military-inspired outerwear and the use of innovative fabrics, processing techniques and design.
Since 1975 C.P. Company has produced over 40,000 garments.
Today, the brand has generated a large following within the British ‘football hooligan’ subculture.
C.P. Company continues to deliver revolutionary dyeing techniques and extensive fabrication including modern field jackets, soft shell goggle jackets, lens sleeve sweatshirts, and more