The two goals for Autumn/Winter, as Suno’s Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis talked about at a preview were to evoke “childlike glee” and to enhance the collection’s wearability. It seems, with the collection that hit the runway at New York Fashion week, they have delivered on both accounts.
Pulling off the glee factor was a no brainer for the duo best known for their print-astic designs and this collection with its fair share of ‘gleeful’ prints was no different. Having said that though, amidst the houndstooth print jackets, tree-print frocks and floral embroidery, there was also heaps of geometric patterns and multicoloured stripes which lent a graphic feel to the collection.
Wearability factor was also neatly ticked with a range of striped trousers, print skirts and dresses, sports luxe coats in slouchy, comfy cuts. And the floral footwear? A right cute flippant touch, if you ask us!