Suno is always a deeply beautiful and layered collection to look at. The fabrics, cuts and texture and ways in which pieces are styled together create complex and interesting stories that make us feel part of their travels. For fall the designers drew inspiration from photographs by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert that chronicle a Romanian Gypsy camp in the 1990's.
Generally print heavy, Suno is exploring other handcrafted details to evoke the same wonderful clash of patterns and colours resulting in a folkloric feel. Metallic details were beautiful and subtle offered something a bit more subdued and sophisticated to the collection. Overall we can't wait to see these pieces in person. A few favourite looks from the show below.