Suno Launches E-commerce With a Personal Touch

Everyone wants some Suno prints in their closet come summer, and now you can get them without having to leave the couch. Suno launched an e-commerce site yesterday where you can shop the brand's spring and resort collections. The site itself is meticulously designed to match the label's print-tastic aesthetic. There's no Adobe Flash here, as, according to a press release, "great strides were made to push the boundaries of a brave new Flash-less world." From tie-front skirts to Suno's floor-skimming maxi dresses, there's enough merchandise on the site to do serious harm to any girl's wallet, no matter how deep her pockets. Plus, Suno's to-die-for wedges, born out of a collaboration with Loeffler Randall, are available on the site, and as of now they have every size (we can't imagine they'll last long though). It's hard to make online shopping a personal, thoughtful experience, but Suno's making the effort.
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Everyone wants some Suno prints in their closet come summer, and now you can get them without having to leave the couch. Suno launched an e-commerce site yesterday where you can shop the brand's spring and resort collections. The site itself is meticulously designed to match the label's print-tastic aesthetic. There's no Adobe Flash here, as, according to a press release, "great strides were made to push the boundaries of a brave new Flash-less world." From tie-front skirts to Suno's floor-skimming maxi dresses, there's enough merchandise on the site to do serious harm to any girl's wallet, no matter how deep her pockets. Plus, Suno's to-die-for wedges, born out of a collaboration with Loeffler Randall, are available on the site, and as of now they have every size (we can't imagine they'll last long though). It's hard to make online shopping a personal, thoughtful experience, but Suno's making the effort.
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Everyone wants some Suno prints in their closet come summer, and now you can get them without having to leave the couch. Suno launched an e-commerce site yesterday where you can shop the brand's spring and resort collections.

The site itself is meticulously designed to match the label's print-tastic aesthetic. There's no Adobe Flash here, as, according to a press release, "great strides were made to push the boundaries of a brave new Flash-less world."

From tie-front skirts to Suno's floor-skimming maxi dresses, there's enough merchandise on the site to do serious harm to any girl's wallet, no matter how deep her pockets. Plus, Suno's to-die-for wedges, born out of a collaboration with Loeffler Randall, are available on the site, and as of now they have every size (we can't imagine they'll last long though).

It's hard to make online shopping a personal, thoughtful experience, but Suno's making the effort. When you check out, designer Max Osterweis will offer pairing suggestions as well as recommendations on books and music for shoppers to enjoy while you're on the beach sunbathing in your Suno swimwear.