Photographer: Mireya Acierto
By Barie-Claire Rogers, April 30th, 2012
By Eva Medoff, June 7th, 2010
Suno’s fall 2010 collection marks the fifth season for designer Max Osterweis, who started his line with an innovative, international concept: originally sourcing Kenyan textiles, Suno employed pattern makers in New York and artisanal workers in Kenya. By the time your fitfully colorful garment reached you, it had already traveled halfway across the globe and back. For the autumn collection, Suno has started to create its own patterns (though the Kenyan tailors are still in full force) and has reached new levels of wearability. No longer simply a group of frightfully pretty frocks, the fall collection features tweed, velvet and all manner of flattering drapery (check out our picks after the jump). But it’s still got boatloads of color, of course.