In 1971 Massimo Osti first created Chester Perry, bravely trying his hand at printing. He eventually invented piece dyeing, a technique whereby the garment is dyed at the end of the manufacturing process, even with multiple fabrics or fibers. In 1978, the brand became C.P. Company as we know it today. More mature and concise, the brand began an explosive and influential burst of creativity in Italian fashion history. The brand continues to offer an iconic hybrid mix of sporty, professional and military designs, combining them with innovative, cutting-edge and highly sophisticated Italian fabrics.