C.P. Company designers Paul Harvey and Alessandro Pungetti are clearly passionate about fabrics. Using complex garment dyeing procedures and innovative fabric development, the designers reworked  Royal Navy outerwear classics with a focus on detailing and understated color.
 
The nylon of one khaki parka was treated to have the appearance and handle of cotton. It was detailed with a Shetland wool check and then garment dyed to give the finished piece a nuanced tonality. Elsewhere a black storm coat had the look and feel of PVC but was actually polyurethane-coated cotton, while fleece panels in a khaki and orange down jacket had the effect of layering a hoodie under a puffa jacket.
 
Repeated throughout the collection was a set of goggles built into the hoods of jackets – a reference to the jacket created by the brand in 1982 for the Mille Miglia race.

C.P. Company designers Paul Harvey and Alessandro Pungetti are clearly passionate about fabrics. Using complex garment dyeing procedures and innovative fabric development, the designers reworked  Royal Navy outerwear classics with a focus on detailing and understated color.
 
The nylon of one khaki parka was treated to have the appearance and handle of cotton. It was detailed with a Shetland wool check and then garment dyed to give the finished piece a nuanced tonality. Elsewhere a black storm coat had the look and feel of PVC but was actually polyurethane-coated cotton, while fleece panels in a khaki and orange down jacket had the effect of layering a hoodie under a puffa jacket.
 
Repeated throughout the collection was a set of goggles built into the hoods of jackets – a reference to the jacket created by the brand in 1982 for the Mille Miglia race.

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