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Suno Starts A New Chapter With Quirky Layering & Party Prints

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    As longtime fans of Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty's line, Suno, it's been a beautiful journey watching as Dutch Wax textiles have steadily matured into what we saw last night at MADE Fashion Week: A compelling parade of complex-but-still-cheerful looks that harken yet another chapter in Suno's evolution.

    As much as we loved it, some of the edgier layering seemed a bit hard to pull off, while the mix of softer prints, unexpected textural pairings, sport details, and more sophisticated lines felt modern and positively thrilling. That translated to the shoes, too, which seemed to nail Suno's knack for restrained eclecticism. Dipping its toes into evening looks (for the first time!), light anoraks, and more subdued prints, Suno's clash-happy aesthetic seems to have grown-up, matured, and settled into a niche we find a whole lot more interesting.

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