Take a dash of Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House on the Prairie, a splash of Issey Miyake (as seen through the lens of Irving Penn), and mix in a heavy dose of folk, ethnic-inspired prints, and ticking stripes, and what do you get? A feast for the eyes, for sure — or Suno's Spring 2013 collection. Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty combined all with their usual deftness, resulting in a collection that not only felt fresh, but also felt right in line with the aesthetic they've been building steadily for the past few seasons. The use of some high-shine fabrics — in the form of printed silks and metallic novelty chiffons — added a hint of glamour, while midriff-baring tops, drawstring jackets, and ruffle-bottomed skirts lent a youthful edge.
Suno Spring 2013
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