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SUNNEI Launches Its “Objects II” Collection Amidst the Fall/Winter 2022 Menswear Collections

Featuring an AR component for a heightened art experience.

Founded in 2015, by Loris Messina and Simone Rizzo, SUNNEI’s French and Italian duo has just launched its “Objects II” collection coinciding with the recent slew of Fall/Winter 2022 menswear shows.

Messina and Rizzo’s new drop of collectible items continues in the vein of “Made in Italy” craftsmanship, and encourages brand supporters to move beyond the realm of solely consuming ready-to-wear pieces. The new array of items hint at sensuality and whimsy, and feature a range of glassware including hand-painted dinner plates, glazed clay bowls and a cozy wool blanket for the brand’s bedding series.

Highlighted products that are sure to be conversation starters comprise a phallus-shaped glass ornament, and the introduction of the collection’s augmented reality component.

A preview of the AR technology is available via SUNNEI’s component website, and collection items can be purchased at SUNNEI’s flagship store and at select retailers.

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