Rooted in African culture, Suno was established after its founder, Max Osterweis, experienced post-election violence in Kenya first hand. A conscious approach to high-end fashion gives Suno a distinctly global feel, exhibited in its multicolored patterns and geometric designs. Each and every piece of Suno clothing is manufactured in the either Kenya, India, Peru or its home base in New York City. Garments are hand-crafted by local artisans who implement age-old textile techniques in weaving, sewing, embroidery work and other elements.
Elizabeth Charles stocks the newest Suno clothing from the latest collections, including folk-inspired Suno dresses with flattering waists and its much talked-about calf-length denim skirts that charmed the Fashion Week crowd. The line’s hand-crafted, smocked tunic blouses and dresses offer the perfect blend of fashion and conscience. Check back at Elizabeth-Charles.com often to buy the latest Suno styles before everyone else.