July 31 2014

styledotcom .@HONEYDIJON on the brand that's taking knitwear to "a whole new level."

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Out Of Africa, Into Our Closets


Though we sift through dozens of lookbooks daily, it’s rare that we come across a new line that’s both original and has covetable merch. But Suno is such a one. Designer Max Osterweis founded the label last year after a decade spent collecting textiles in Kenya. The resulting brightly patterned, clean-lined separates are each one-of-a-kind and are artisanally produced in the African nation. In fact, for spring Osterweis is only producing 1000 pieces of the twenty styles. Suno’s clashing, vintage-y prints feel very of-the-moment (see: Junya Watanabe Spring 2009), so much so that Opening Ceremony placed a sizeable order for both its New York and Los Angeles stores. The price range is a rather reasonable $160 to $600. If you’re staying away from the galleries this season, consider it original art on a budget.



  1. cpj212 says:

    Where can I buy these amazing pieces?

  2. soccer1 says:

    I too would like info on buying these pieces. I started searching early this year for info.


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