Swimming With Suno
Suno’s bold, mismatched prints—drawn from, and inspired by, African textiles—are so sunny, it’s always seemed like a shame not to bring them down to the beach. And while Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty have flirted with bandeau tops and swim-ish styles in the past, they’ve never been water-ready. But for Spring, the duo created their first true swimwear. The frilled bikinis (with both boy-short cut and fuller, French-cut bottoms) and halter-top maillots pick up the mix-and-match spirit of the label, combining tea roses, stripes, and splotches with aplomb. They’re enough to brighten up even the grayest of days (like, say, today in New York). The only bad news for Suno’s fans? They won’t be available in time for the mass exodus down to Miami’s Art Basel.