Suno Second Hand
Used Suno fashion items of verified quality
Working with vivid prints and textures to create a fresh take on contemporary womenswear, Suno clothing toes the line between fashion and a work of art. Their clever use of clean silhouettes and unusual design has won them a dedicated following.
Suno’s Dynamic Duo
Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty are fashion designers best known for their work with Osterweis’ label Suno. Osterweis’ desire to start a label was borne out of a collection of fabrics he’d gathered while travelling Africa. Beatty was a Parsons School of Design graduate who had worked with the likes of Donna Karan and the GAP. Osterweis set up Suno clothes in 2008 with the desire to craft dresses and skirts for his friends out of the fabrics he had in his possession. He ran and co-designed for Suno with Erin Beatty until 2016 when he announced the closure of the label.
The Short Life of Suno
Suno was launched in 2008, out of a love for African textiles and a promise to the Osterweis’ friends that he would craft them some dresses from the fabrics, all ethically sourced from a village he’d visited in Kenya. The brand became a beloved supplier of fresh, interesting style across the globe. It’s founder received many accolades including the 2013 CFDA Swarovski Award for Women’s Wear Ethical Production. Suno accessories, clothing and other lines eventually became available in over 70 retailers worldwide. However, at the end of 2016 Osterweis announced that Suno would cease production in 2017.
Zealous Fashion For Confident Women
Suno has always been a bright, bold and individual brand for women who love to create their own style. Max Osterweis developed a love for African kangas and collected some to begin his label. He’s stayed true to that out-of-the-box thinking and employs unusual prints and colours in each of his collections. His silhouettes were strikingly feminine with structured shapes and delicate hemlines. Every Suno dress elicits a certain amount of zeal and jubilance, perfect for a confident woman. Michelle Obama, Beyoncé and Reese Witherspoon have all been seen wearing the brand in the past.
Unfortunately, in the face of some financial difficulties Osterweis had to announce the closure of his label in November 2016. However this has only served to increase demand for a Suno piece, with the last remaining Suno tops, dresses and skirts flying off the shelves. Authentic Suno skirts, dresses, tops and other items can be found second-hand at REBELLE.com. All of our items are thoroughly checked for quality and authenticity.