I've lived in New York my whole life, and I've got to say: We New Yorkers love to wear black. From Wall Street types to fashionistas, it is the color (or is it shade?) of choice. That said, it's fun to spice things up every now and again. So if you're looking to add some punches of pattern and color to your holiday wardrobe, check out fashion brand SUNO! They recently launched a line of sneakers in their African-inspired prints that are the perfect anecdote to a color-deprived closet.
The brand selected its favorite kanga-inspired textiles from the resort collection and used them to produce cute kicks that come in both slip-on and lace-up styles.
The shoes are produced in Kenya, the soles are made of recycled rubber, and with every purchase, a portion of the proceeds go to the David Shedrick Wildlife trust, a Kenyan orphanage for baby elephants and rhinos. So whether you're an animal lover, a supporter of Kenyan economic development, or a person who just wants to add a splash of color into your wardrobe (like yours truly), then head to SUNO online and nab a pair of these sneaks before they're all gone!