In line with C.P. Company’s ongoing 50th anniversary celebrations, the Italian sportswear label has announced it will be hosting an archive exhibition that will take a deep dive into the brand’s rich and unique heritage.
Off the back of its celebratory T-Shirt collection and its limited-edition anniversary book earlier this year, the upcoming exhibition — that’s a part of the British Textile Biennial 2021 programme — is set to take place in Darwen, Lancashire, and is a retrospective dedicated to five decades of Italian sportswear, and Massimo Osti’s lasting legacy.
Set to feature exclusive brand archive pieces from C.P. Company’s illustrious back catalog, the exhibition will also host an arrangement of activities like student workshops and panel talks, as well as talks from people within the brand and respected names in sportswear and casual culture.
Taking place from October 1-10, further details on the exact address of the exhibition will be confirmed in due course, but you can keep up-to-date with all other C.P. Company happenings via its website.
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