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C.P. COMPANY AW 2019 PICKS

C.P. COMPANY AW 2019 PICKS

We've picked 9 favourite pieces from C.P. Company's current collection for AW 2019. As we're huge fans of pockets and functional pieces, we especially love...

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STONE ISLAND SERIE 100

STONE ISLAND SERIE 100

Labelled by designer Paul Harvey as the best collections he ever did at Stone Island. Serie 100 was born in 2001 as an experimental project on womenswear. It was Stone Island’s debut in the world of women’s fashion and their introduction of meshes. Another industrial material that would be added to the already extensive archive of Stone Island’s unusual garment materials. Harvey once said in an interview that he didn’t like trademarks, because they usually cover flaws. This could explain his strong love for the Serie 100 collections. After six years at the brand with the iconic compass badge, he...

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FABRIC FOCUS: RUBBER WOOL

"The Italian answer to the English fabrics for sportswear"

An idea from Massimo Osti from 1987.
Read more about this unique fabric
in our latest blog post.

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STONE ISLAND EDITORIAL BY GIANLUCA FATIGATI

STONE ISLAND EDITORIAL BY GIANLUCA FATIGATI

Our latest editorial features Stone Island pieces from 1992-2003 designed by Massimo Osti and Paul Harvey. All pieces are available now. Shop here. Photography: Gianluca Fatigati Models: Salvatore & Lorenzo Special thanks to www.escvpe.it    

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MASSIMO OSTI'S BUTTONS OF PRIDE

MASSIMO OSTI'S BUTTONS OF PRIDE

Taking pride in wearing an 'old' C.P. Company jacket instead of one from the latest collection.  This was Massimo Osti's aim when he decided to change the buttons on C.P. Company garments in the early 80's. From 1984 onwards buttons were stamped with the year of the collection. Not only did this force people, in the years after they had purchased a piece, to admit that it was not from the latest collection. It also was a way for the same people to show in time that they owned something unique. A collector's item.  After Osti left C.P. Company, the brand would continue...

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