With Milan's fashion week in full swing, fledgling label Sunnei unveiled their third ever collection of Italian-made clothing at a low key presentation on an 11th floor space overlooking the Piazza IV Novembre. A troupe of models sporting Nike Shox sneakers and sunglasses by RETROSUPERFUTURE donned a set of distinctly unorthodox garments that reinterpreted workwear and tailoring themes through a deconstructionist lens.
With a heavy emphasis on outerwear, the collection highlighted seams with contrast stitching, left jackets soft and unlined, and toyed with boxy, oversized silhouettes.
Fabrications included Cordura, denim and chambray, then subsequently overdyed, printed and treated with corrosion dips, bringing Italy's illustrious fabric heritage into the modern day, in a fashion similar to fellow countrymen Stone Island and CP Company.
For more from this upstart label, get familiar with their similarly avant-garde Fall/Winter 2015 line, which is set to hit retailers shortly.