Unpretentious spring summer styling for a city girl. This collection practically fit into any city around the world.
SUNO’s SS15 collection is clearly continuing the cause championed by founder Max Osterweis, a fashion label born out of witnessing violence in Kenya, and working on empowering the Kenyans.
Over the years, SUNO has built up a mix-and-match between patterns that is distinctively known as the label’s true uniqueness. This season the designers rubbed in hard canvas on to soft cotton, layered up thick stripes on the super think lines, and even melted floral prints into squares. It did not create a loud bang, but instead they look like a casual mix match pull out from a woman traveller’s suitcase that moves across continents without kicking up what-to-wear kind of fuss.
Although SUNO is a high-end fashion label, it is one with conscience. Keeping true to its original vision, the label is always conscious in designing clothing that is inspired to travel around the world without too much hassle. There is no pride and any trace of high maintenance in its styling. Almost like the great Audrey Hepburn in her late fifties.
(Cover photo via c-heads)