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In 1984 Osti sold his shares in C.P. Company to GFT (Gruppo Finanziario Tessile) but stayed on as the brand's stylist.

In 1985 C.P. Magazine, an extra-large format magazine-catalogue sold through newsagents, appeared.

In 1988, acting as sponsor to the Mille Miglia classic car race, C.P. Company opened a new channel of communications and was inspired to create the Mille Miglia jacket, popularly known as the Goggle Jacket in homage to the drivers of this historical race.

In 1991 the company inaugurated its C.P. shop in the famous Flatiron Building in New York.

In 1993 the C.P. Company brand was acquired by Carlo Rivetti's Sportswear Company. The new company focused on re-launching the brand and developed new dyeing, washing and coating processes to create new textiles for its collections. The convertible technical jackets introduced between 1999 and 2001 are a good example of the products of this period.

In 2008, C.P. Company decided to show its products at the Milan Men's Fashion Show.

In 2010 Carlo Rivetti sold a well established C.P. Company to FGF Industry Spa, headed by stylist and businessman Enzo Fusco.