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Suno’s strengths lie in its confident prints and stiff textures, and last night’s show was no exception. The inspiration behind Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis’ Fall/Winter 2014 collection was a series of portraits by Jeremy Sutton-Hibert, who photographed a group of Romanian gypsies between 1990 and 2006 as their fortunes greatly improved. Polka dots were paired with tiers of stripes, stripes were paired with florals, florals with gold swirls, and swirls with metallic check. Fabrics became richer as the collection progressed, with a marked transition from the show’s first look—a stark, sleeveless, lace-up shift—and the majestic, ankle-length, blue and gold brocade closing dress.
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