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- 24.99 USD
by Anna Yu
Some people collect postage stamps, others collect bobble head dolls and then there's collectors like Max Osterweis. Max spent over a decade collecting textiles from his visits to Kenya. The young designer and filmmaker realized he could use the fabrics to create garments and spread his love of Kenya even further. Suno was founded in 2008 with fellow designer Erin Beatty with their designs and samples made in New York and then produced in small workshops in Kenya. The Fall 2010 collection was inspired by American interior design from the 1960s, traveling to Turkey, Paris and India with it all taking root with traditional East African textiles. I love the big swing jackets and flirty mini skirts and dresses all in exuberant patterns. The Suno girl isn't afraid to mix prints together, show off her gams, and above all else, put her sunny face on. It's no wonder Kate Bosworth was seen recently at Coachella wearing a Suno dress! Take a look at my slideshow to see my favorite looks from the Fall 2010 collection.
by Ida Hsiang
I love my bed. I have the hardest time dragging myself out of its cozy embrace in the morning and all I think about all day is crawling back under its warm, inviting covers. They say the average human spends about 24 cushy, restful years in bed and if you're anything like me, you're looking at considerably more. 24 plus years is much much longer than most relationships, so why not show your bed how much you love it and how much it means to you? Quirky and unique pillow cases that are soft and comfy as well as pretty and fun to look at are the perfect way switch things up and really make it your own. Click on the slideshow to see some pillowcases that are different than your usual affair and will have you looking for excuses to nap!