Suno has made it to the big leagues. The New York-based indie label has inked a deal with Uniqlo on its very first fast fashion collaboration. (Suno has worked with brands like Keds on accessories collabs in the past.)
According to the release, design duo Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty were inspired by “Japanese Americana,” with shirtdresses, sleeveless blouses, and jeans in prints of floral and stripes that are reminiscent of Suno’s spring 2013 collection.
“We wanted to create something sweet, straightforward, and easy,” said Beatty.
…And perfect. The collection hits stores May 20, and with prices ranging from from $39.90 to $19.90, we’ll probably be picking up a piece (or two, or three).
Click through for other pieces from Suno‘s print-happy collection.