Anthropologie’s Latest Collab Brings Back a Cult Fashion Brand

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Anthropologie is no doubt a go-to store for people who love pattern, and its newest collaboration is no different. The boho retailer partnered with cult fashion brand Suno on a collection that includes more than 40 styles and 20 different prints.

SUNO is the brainchild of Max Osterweis, who created the company in 2008 using vintage textiles from Kenya. While the CFDA Award-winning fashion brand shuttered in 2016, fans will be excited to see the original inspiration present in this collaboration.

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"Last year Anthropologie reached out to me about doing a collaboration that would be based on the very first collection from SUNO, which was a collection of one thousand one of a kind pieces made from vintage textiles that I had collected in Kenya," said Osterweis in a press release. "I have long collected textiles, furniture, and pottery and it was a dream of mine to bring those SUNO prints to home goods. So, when I was presented with this opportunity, I jumped—I knew it would be an exciting way to have SUNO reach a new audience. Working closely with the talented Anthropologie team, we were able to rework these bold prints into a large collection of beautiful and fun pieces for the home."

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The collection ranges in price from $10 for a nut bowl to $3,798 for a sofa, and includes items such as rugs, wallpaper, furniture, dinnerware, and accessories. Check out some of our favorite pieces below:

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A bold pattern is perfect for rug layering, so we suggest getting a smaller size and putting it on top of a natural jute or sisal rug.

These sculptural vessels look great as a collection or individually, and will add color and interest to your table or bookshelf.

Whether you want to mix and match or stick to one pattern, these will add tons of personality to your table.

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For those who aren’t ready for a fully patterned sofa, there are these charming throw pillows, which still offer plenty of color and texture to add dimension to a room.

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We’re suckers for Anthro candles, and by the looks (and scent notes) of it, these are no different. The soy wax candles come in lidded ceramic vessels, and three different fragrances: Caviar & Cardamom, Sweet Eucalyptus, and Vanilla Bean & Amber.

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