CP Company

In the early 1970s, Massimo Osti, a young graphic designer working in advertising, created a collection of T-shirts with printed designs, using full colour and screen printing methods then normally reserved for printing on paper. Following the success of this first collection of T-shirts, Osti accepted an offer to design a complete menswear collection and became a partner in the company that planned to manufacture it. It was Osti himself who insisted on the brand name Chester Perry (later to become C.P. Company), taken from the name of the company in which the famous cartoon character Bristow, drawn by Frank Dickens, works.
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