Mar 14, 2018 | By Cassandra Napoli
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New York: Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis imagined a Hawaiian getaway when gathering inspiration for their latest Resort collection. Tropical prints referenced the isles’ famous flora, and a vintage-inspired tee was a nod to the ubiquitous souvenir shops. The kitschy backdrop for their lookbook featured faux palm trees, an overgrown pineapple and banana peels, indicating a playful, upbeat mood. As they did for S/S 11, the designers also presented a handful of swimwear pieces with a laid-back, 70s feel, each featuring a string-halter top, but Suno’s signature prints were the focal point. Vintage florals, beach scenes, stripes and plaids enlivened A-line skirts, maxi skirts, slim-fitting button-ups and shift dresses. A pair of bronze pajama pants were on-trend and worked well with the relaxed, beachy vibe, while a full-fashioned knit short suit indicated a new interest in knitwear for the primarily woven-driven label. True to their upbeat, print-driven aesthetic, the current collection’s carefree feel with surely resonate with the label’s followers. –Joanna Manganaro
Color: Punchy brights / Bronze / Whitened pales / Fuchsia / Coral / Sand / Heather grey / Creamsicle orange
Key Items: A-line skirts / Pajama pants / Knit short suit / Slim button-ups / Vacation tee / Printed shifts
Materials: Silk crepe de chine / Silk twill / Jersey / Crisp cotton / Fine-gauge yarns
Print + Pattern: Hawaiian florals / Beach scenes / Micro florals / Chintz florals / Plaid / Texture prints
Details + Trim: Drawstring waists / Shawl collars / String halters for swim / Tiers / Sequins / Embroidery / Contrast cuffs and collars
Accessories + Footwear: Colorful doll necklaces, bracelets and keychains / Crocheted earrings / Topless floppy straw hat / Black socks pulled up to mid-calf / Flat oxfords with perforated details
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