Palm trees and flamingos get Suno treatment in Webster capsule

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Miami-based luxury store The Webster has been one of Suno’s oldest supporters, stocking the brand since 2010. 

Now Suno has teamed up with founder and chief executive Laure Heriard Dubreuil on a new capsule collection to celebrate the store. And we’ve got French fashion blogger Garance Doré to thank:

“I had the opportunity to get to know Laure better when we did a little segment together for Garance Doré,” Suno’s Erin Beatty explained to WWD.

So alongside co-founder Max Osterweis, Beatty set to work on a special capsule collection. The eight piece line features some of Suno’s best-selling shapes, in a new selection of prints including a special nod to the store’s logo, a pink flamingo motif. Prices start at $295 for the tops, and go up to $650 for the long dress.

The store will hold a special launch party for the collection during Art Basel Miami, the contemporary art fair which runs December 5-8 in the city. Suno have previously collaborated with Japanese high street label Uniqlo on a capsule collection. 

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