Anthropologie Got a Cult Fashion Brand for Its Latest Release

Anthropologie Got a Cult Fashion Brand for Its Latest Release

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Lisa Freedman
Aug 9, 2018
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We're still totally crushing on the Liberty for Anthropologie collaboration (between Liberty of London and Anthropologie, in case that wasn't clear) that came out around this time last year. And now there's SUNO for Anthropologie, which launches today on Anthro's website.

If you're unfamiliar, Suno was a beloved fashion label, launched in 2008. The bold designs were made from vintage African textiles collected by the founder, Max Osterweis, while visiting his mother in Kenya. The label sadly closed in 2016, but now it's back — with Anthropologie — featuring more than 40 styles and 20 prints for the kitchen, dining room table, bedroom, and more.

Whether or not you were a Suno fan before, we're guessing you'll be one now. Take a look at some of the items that caught our eye. Prices range from $10 (for a nut bowl) to $3,898 (for a sofa).

Check out the entire SUNO for Anthropologie collection here.

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1. Side Plate and Nut Bowl, $14 and $10

In addition to the blue shown here, these pieces also come in a pink option that's more flower-centric

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2. Napkins, $64 for a matching set of four

Okay, so this is more than we usually like to spend on napkin sets (we try to keep it to around $10 per napkin), but the wallpaper with this apple pattern is $128 per roll, so this is a good (more budget-minded) compromise.

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3. Tamsin Dining Chair, $128

We loved these chairs with the Liberty patterns and now we love them even more with the Suno patterns. Just picture an assortment of them around a white pedestal table!

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4. Secret Garden Vases, from $18 each

Before you fall in love with this smattering of vases, know that the set of three would cost you a whopping $134. The smallest one is just $18 and the medium is $28. It's the big guy — for $88! — that'll set you back.

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5. Platter, $42

Continuing with the bold blue patterns, this stoneware platter is dishwasher- and microwave-safe.

What do you think of the new collaboration?

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