FGF Industry, the folks that own C.P. Company, have opened their first flagship store. The store stocks C.P. as well as Blauer USA, another brand it owns. It’s located in London’s Soho neighborhood and spans across two floors and 185 square meters. C.P. Company‘s goods are housed on the ground floor, with the overall conception of the space being created from two existing Victorian shops.
C.P. Company is taking inspiration from the past and the future for their Fall 2011 collection. The research that goes into the creation of a collection is more extensive than most labels out there and it shows in the authenticity of the final product. This lineup features a good amount of military influence as well as inspiration from outdoor apparel from the 1950s, with the end result being ideal for the modern urban landscape.
Oki-Ni and other select retailers have the goods.
C.P. Company’s Google jacket from seasons past has received its own theme collection this time around with a few jackets in the lineup as well as a knitted cap to top things off. They feature oil waxed canvas shells and high-density nylon materials. Prices range from $163 USD for the knit cap to $1,555 for some of the jackets. Look for the collection at select stockists worldwide.
Italian label C.P. Company drops shots from its S/S ’11 lookbook, giving us a gander at some of this season’s final product. Among the greatness are a few outerwear such as a dark brown leather jacket as well as a grey trench as well as a tee shirt and a pair of chinos. (via Contemporary Standard)