Lindsay Lohan gets ‘ethical’ on Letterman

By Staff | News
Posted Apr 10, 2013

Lindsay Lohan made a rare appearance on talk show television last night on the David Letterman Show. Without a doubt a PR move by her team, the rare interview showed her vulnerability and her ethical fashion fondness. The Floral Print Stretch Silk Dress by Suno, with its cutout front revealed the slightest amount of skin to go with her new, humbled, ‘pre-rehab’ image.

SUNO is a New York based womenswear label founded in 2008 by Max Osterweis in collaboration with designer Erin Beatty. The collection was launched in Spring 2009 after post-election violence threatened to damage the economy and industry in Kenya, a long time second home to Osterweis.

Using vintage Kenyan textiles that Osterweis had been collecting for years, they created their first small collection, produced predominantly in Kenya. Since its inception, SUNO has evolved its business to include production in Kenya, India, Peru and its home base of New York.

spotted by: via The Fashion Bomb Blog

Ads By Google