C.P. Company Releases Fall ’09 Mille Miglia

C.P. Company has been a brand that has interested me time and time again over the past few years. The history runs so deep through the 80’s up to it’s modern line of incredible outerwear. Whether you look at it through sheer design, functionality, or cultural appeal; it’s easy to see the draw.

The main man behind all the genius was Massimo Otsi. From the beginning, he had always set himself apart from every other designer. After all, he was the mastermind behind C.P. Company and it’s sister companies in Stone Island, Boneville, WWW, Left Hand, and countless others over the years up until his untimely passing in 1995. Even with Massimo gone, the brand pushes on with this great jacket among a throng of other durable and almost futuristic design.

It’s a tribute to the classic Mille Miglia design that was taken from the infamous race of yesteryear, but put to new, solid design as with every year it’s re-fabricated with the utmost attention. In the end, I could go on about the great legacy and their future, but I’ll let the jacket speak for itself. Oi Polloi has all you need.

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3 Responses to C.P. Company Releases Fall ’09 Mille Miglia

  1. I rarely see casual clothing I like. This is a fine jacket and one that will stand the test of time without looking dated.

  2. The ultimate football hooligan’s jacket. G

    • drinkinanddronin says:

      Really is though. The best were the 90’s Stoney’s and C.P. that had the face mask balaclava. One of the newer Stone Island jackets from the past year had a balaclava attached. I posted about it last year sometime.

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