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Last Saturday, SUNO mixed familiar fabrics with new styles for its fall/winter 2016 show at Pier 59 Studios in New York. Self-described as “mildly uncomfortable,” the collection showcased patterns of the past, reimagined with trims and sophisticated modern silhouettes, tying everything together with velvet-wrapped ponytails.
Tastefully subtle, SUNO’s new looks shrugged off extravagance in favor of offbeat practicality. Pieces ranged from ruffled plaid dresses bunched at the knees to shimmering empire-waisted florals, with black lace, fur scarves, and loose turtlenecks all drawing audiences in for a closer look. Stand-out pieces in this quirky collection included a boat-neck tunic with flared sleeves and a matching pinstripe sash and pants, and a silver-embroidered coat mixing fur with a flowery satin trim.