Japanese magazine Silver prepares for summer with a spotlight on C.P. Company‘s Spring/Summer 2019 collection. The new editorial sees the technical wares juxtaposed against both natural and technical backdrops.
Launched in September 2018, Silver is the brainchild of Takuya Chiba, the former editor-in-chief of GRIND and PERK magazines. For its latest editorial, the Japanese magazine has captured C.P. Company’s recent collection in a series of photographs which emulate the Italian label’s designs through nature, technology and its military roots.
Known for its garment dye process and focus on functionality, the Massimo Osti-founded label is showcased in the editorial’s various stark and post-modern scenes. From minimalistic studio shots to overgrown rooftops, vast fields and an ’80s computer room, the editorial focuses on spotlighting C.P. Company’s technical outerwear offerings and functional takes on staple pieces. Stand-out pieces in the editorial include the label’s signature goggle jackets as well as a technical nylon-cotton fused zipped jumper.
In related news, check out the SS19 collection from the post-apocalyptic-themed brand Cloudburst.