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Melbourne label Suku Home’s Autumn/Winter collection invites you to embrace growth and transformation

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WORDS BY AASTHA AGRAWAL

Celebrate how far you’ve come. 

In excellent news for my wardrobe (and yours, too), Melbourne-based label Suku Home has launched its new Autumn/Winter collection, Today Tomorrow. The collection is about finding a renewed sense of purpose and invites the wearer to embrace the strength they have today. 

“We have all lived through a crisis together and there is a stronger sense of togetherness… community. There is also a fresh new energy around us. That’s exactly what I want to portray in this collection,” explains Suku Home’s designer and creative director Christine Lafian.


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The collection highlights the transformation the pandemic enforced upon all of us and is about “being present with a hope for a better future,” says Christine. In contrast to Suku Home’s vibrant, colour-packed Spring/Summer collection, Today Tomorrow embodies a more autumnal colour palette and an “upgraded exploration of techniques and prints”, while still retaining the comfort and effortlessness that makes the label one of our favourites. 

The label has a strong focus on sustainability and ethical fair trade practices and has continued its tradition of collaborating with local artisans on the new silhouettes and colourways for this collection, with every print being designed in-house and crafted in Suku Home’s studio in Bali.

 

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With pieces ranging from diamond-pattern knitted jumpers and oversized puffer scarfs, to hooded sweatshirts and cosy dressing gowns, the Today Tomorrow collection is an incredibly aesthetically pleasing extension of the self, celebrating growth and the new possibilities that accompany it. 

Check out the Today Tomorrow collection here or view it IRL at Suku Home’s flagship Melbourne store, Dream Baby.

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