SUNNEI Fall Winter 2017 yellow knit total look in "All'amatriciana" on the latest issue of ODDA Magazine.
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Set far from the clichè Milanese fashion hub, Spazio Sunnei opened its doors in December 2015 at Via Vincenzo Vela 8, a quiet street close to “Bar Basso”, a fixture amongst the crawling creative crowd of the city.
The shop & studio was created with the aim of uniting a spot in Milan where the team could work, create a shopping experience and organize events with great contact to the community. Coming across as an aim to initiate an innovative concept for the current setting in Milan, the space undertakes a multidisciplinary approach to creation.
As a reflection of the team's constant growth and its inner creative force, Spazio Sunnei is enlarged. Thanks to the collaboration with Studio Modulo, both the Shop and the Studio undergo a renovation to better serve the team's needs.
The first space, serving as a Shop, hosts the SUNNEI Fall Winter 17 Collection and a selection of the brand special pieces, while the Studio comes as a spatial continuation, connected and simultaneously separated by a big hole in the wall. A candid total white new environment, ruled by imponent marble tables, like a blank canvas that will sequently be filled by SUNNEI's creative minds.
The showroom comes to life in the basement as the ideal space to present the brand's collection as well as planning meetings and talks with press and fashion insiders.
Spazio Sunnei - Shop & Studio
Via Vincenzo Vela 8
Monday to Friday
11am - 6pm
The blurry image of Torre Velasca, the skyscrapers built in 1950s in the square from which it takes the name, shows a not-so-common nor tourist side of the Milanese landscape, which is always one of the brand's main references while creating a collection. Ironically in contrast with the picture, the quote underlines the souvenir-like topic that has already been explored in the previous collections with the allover SUNNEI shopper.
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