Oct 05, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
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New York: For S/S 12, Suno designers Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty worked their signature pattern mash-ups in newly subtle way. The pretty collection evoked a simpler time with crisp, striped button-front shirts layered underneath a variety of looks, from apron dresses to peplum tops to girlish separates in lacy eyelet. Balancing the overall feminine feel, collared dickies, peeking out from the necklines of dresses and woven tees, offered a touch of masculinity. Silky slips, wrap dresses and form-fitting sheaths came in a range of florals — watercolored, vintage-y or barely there — and offered a flash of skin in the form of cutouts and bare backs. Towards the end of the show, a pairing of red metallic leather shorts and a foiled wallpaper print provided a flash of contrast to the sweetly humble collection. -Anna Jane Davis
Silhouette: Sheaths / Nipped-in at waist / Tents + sacks / Slouchy bottoms
Color: White / Black / Navy / Pale Yellow / Goldenrod / Metallic Red / Nude / Aqua + Watery Blue
Key Items: Woven tee / Pieced button-front shirt / Knee-length sheath / Pencil skirt / Apron dress / Peplum top
Materials: Cotton shirtings / Eyelet / Silk / Large scale basketweave / Linen / Laminated fabrics / Metallic leather
Print + Pattern: Shirting + awning stripes / A variety of plaids / Watercolor Florals — vintage-y, foil, watercolor, barely there / Wallpaper prints / Graphic Arabesque print / Geos + abstracts / Polka dots
Details + Trim: Collared dickies / Peplums / Cutouts / Piecing + material mix / Embroidery / Pleating + gathering / Paperbag waists
Accessories + Footwear: Wooden platforms with leather cord netting
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