Which is why it makes perfect sense that the brand would tap some of our favorite 'It Girls' to model its second collection of sneakers, which, like its 2011 collection, are produced in Kenya with soles made entirely from recycled rubber. A portion of the profits from each sneaker sold will also benefit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, a Kenyan sanctuary for baby elephants and rhinos--so you know you'll be getting those nice warm-and-fuzzies, while you expand your sneak collection.
From Susie Bubble to Pamela Love, Suno asked these super-cool 'sneaker ambassadors' to photo-document themselves wearing their shoes on their travels and in their everyday lives. And as you can imagine, the sneakers really got around--popping up on vacation everywhere from Marrakech to Montauk.
Click through to see the sneakers in action--and head to Suno's just re-launched website to see more snaps.