Suno

Tartan Handkerchief Skirt

$595.00

This flowing, full pleated skirt is a little bit punk, but the gracefully draped, asymmetrical hem floats beautifully along the body—with a top tucked in at the waist, it carves out a gorgeous hourglass shape. Styled here with Co Peasant Sleeve Sweater, Laurence Dacade Margo Boot, and LumillaMingus Lane Mini Crossbody Chain Purse.

  • 99% virgin wool, 1% silk
  • Dry clean only
  • Model is 5’8" with 32" bust, 24" waist, 34" hips and wearing a size 4

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This flowing, full pleated skirt is a little bit punk, but the gracefully draped, asymmetrical hem floats beautifully along the body—with a top tucked in at the waist, it carves out a gorgeous hourglass shape. Styled here with Co Peasant Sleeve Sweater, Laurence Dacade Margo Boot, and LumillaMingus Lane Mini Crossbody Chain Purse.

  • 99% virgin wool, 1% silk
  • Dry clean only
  • Model is 5’8" with 32" bust, 24" waist, 34" hips and wearing a size 4

About the Brand

Suno is named for owner and designer Max Osterweis’ mother, in part because it was visits to her home in Lamu (an island on Kenya’s Swahili coast) that first created the impetus for the line. There, Osterweis, who had been in the film industry before launching Suno, was inspired by Kenyan cloths called kangas, which women wore as skirts and tops or wrapped around their backs as baby slings. Osterweis and his partner, Erin Beatty, still make much of their collection from kanga-like fabrics in Kenya, though they’ve since expanded to other countries, seeking out elements of the local aesthetic to incorporate into their designs in each place.