The fall 2009 collection, Marotsuya, is now up at the Suqqu Japan website. Betsy at Autumn Masquerade has written a very interesting post on it here, with screenshots of the products from the Suqqu website.
I agree with Betsy that this collection is about the interplay of light and shadow. If you click on the link to the collection, and then on the "Movie" tab, you can see the Suqqu head artist apply the collection to the model. I find this fascinating, and I think it's a new idea for Suqqu this season. Although the Makeup Pattern (which gives an illustration on how to achieve the different seasonal looks) is helpful in picking colours, it is very useful to see them actually applied to the model. I found the application of the dual contour shadow very interesting; the darker shade is applied from the inner edge of the eye (next to the nose) in an arch up to the browbone, and the lighter shade is used under the outer corner of the eye, from the middle of the lower lashline in an arc to the very top of the cheekbone near the orbital bone. It is very difficult to describe this in words, and much easier to understand from the movie, so I'd recommend watching it.
The colours of the collection all appear to be brown shades of neutral; it will be interesting to see the variations properly when I visit the counter when the collection is launched here.