Five from the Archive – C.P. Company

It’s been 50 years since C.P. Company was started. To celebrate, the brand is relaunching five t-shirts from their 50-year archive. 

It’s not often that we get excited by a t-shirt release, but these t-shirts are more than that: each one represents a milestone, a completed era, a moment in time. The first t-shirt, complete with Chester Perry branding, features an industrial print that throws back to the early factor that C.P. was named after. 

Following that, a print referencing the iconic C.P. sailor and a resurrected Flatiron building (C.P.’s first New York store, designed by Italian architect Toni Cordero). In 1989, C.P. became supporters of the Rainforest Foundation. A promotional t-shirt was released, now re-released, showcasing the depth of rainforest destruction between 1900 and 1990, contrasted with a not-so-distant future prediction of 2050. 

Finally, a t-shirt commemorating the timeless Mille Miglia jacket, with a stand-out red block of colour, which was featured on the jacket when it was first released. 


You can find more details and browse the collection directly with C.P. Company. 

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