Max Osterweis and partner Erin Beatty of Suno have a got the magic potion that is making their label one of the hottest tickets of NYFW for those truly in it for the fashion. Steadily on the up since 2009 the label has gained our attention through their consistency with use of fantastic prints and brand evolution.
Bringing some of that Kenzo sensibility to the New York roster is thoroughly welcome. Every season someone does pattern mix as their collection concept, but these two designers really show the timelessness and expansion of ethnic prints.
For F/W 2o12 there seemed to be more constructed pieces than I am used to seeing from Suno, ofcourse not as a comprise to the beautiful bohemian silhouettes we have come to expect from them. It was a really great collection spanning a nice range of silhouettes, prints and styles.