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When crazy-talented Suno designer Max Osterweis decided to put his screenwriting skills aside for a stab at fashion design in 2008, we went crazy for the Kenyan textiles and ethnic-bold prints. The San Francisco-to-NYC transplant has managed to knock us off our feet once again—this time pairing up for a killer resort '11 collection with fellow local designer Erin Beatty. The duo stayed true to their colors and stuck with what they do best: Namely eye popping prints, Indian textiles, and bright one-of-a-kind color palettes. Dare to be bold in unforgettable, maxi dresses covered in sequins and pearls, which will have you dreaming of cyber-space. And of course we've got mondo love for the zebra-printed mini-shorts that take the boring out of black-and-white, and bonus points for the frilly pink-and-orange tank dress that's perfect for any girl's day-to-night transition. Want in on the pattern party? Well, Suno is available exclusively at Barneys and Opening Ceremony so head on out and fab up your resort-wear because this collection is too hot to miss.
Opening Ceremony; 35 Howard Street (between Broadway and Crosby Street); 212-219-2688
Barneys New York; 660 Madison Avenue (between 60th and 61st streets); 212-826-8900
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