Chapter 6

#eyesonthecity Seoul

#eyesonthecity Seoul
Bespoke Colour

C.P. Company

Bespoke Colour

As founder and prime innovator of the garment dyeing technique in the early 1970s, C.P. Company presents C.P. Company Bespoke Colour: the latest chapter in the story of garment dyeing. Thanks to the vast, accumulated know-how, it’s 40 plus years of experience and its desire to move forward, C.P. Company is now able to offer a custom-made dyeing service, the first brand ever to do so. Our customers can now order any colour they wish, created exclusively and uniquely for them
HYPEFEST

Brooklyn, NYC

HYPEFEST

A milestone in C.P. Company history, garment dyeing, is also a defining moment in the history of sportswear. This name was given to a specific process - pioneered by Massimo Osti and his collaborators for C.P. Company in the early 1970s - in which a garment 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.
Re-Colour Migration

Re-Colour Migration

At the heart of C.P. Company’s FW18 collection is an exploration of the use of garment dyeing of high performance synthetic fabrics to pre-imbue urban sportswear jackets with suggestions of  the possible effect of interactions with extreme atmospheres.
A Collaboration Between C.P. Company and Sergio Pizzorno

The Mind's "Eye" Capsule Collection

A Collaboration Between C.P. Company and Sergio Pizzorno

Italian sportswear brand C.P. Company have collaborated with British rock star, Sergio Pizzorno of Kasabian to create a limited-edition collection. Inspired by Pizzorno’s concept of ‘The Mind’s Eye’, a specially designed poncho, sweatshirt and t-shirt will be available to buy from 10th September 2018 in partnership with UK retailer Flannels.
Ewen and Kuba Spencer

Ewen and Kuba Spencer

The way stylistic values are passed down from one generation to the next finds its ultimate expression here in a collaboration between the acclaimed style and subculture photographer Ewen Spencer and his son, Kuba. In the photographs, Ewen and Kuba wear pieces from the C.P. Company FW018 Collection at a variety of locations around their adopted home of Brighton, a town by the sea with a rich youth culture heritage and strong residual affinity with stylistic tribalism. The series of images lead us away from the obvious glare of the arcades and pleasure pier to places that are special to them: Sheepcote Valley, Black Rock, Volks Railway.