Ne.Sense, the fashion house imprint hailing from Taiwan has firmly rooted itself as the contemporary go-to for the fashion conscious not just out there in the East, but the world over. While it continuously carries a roster of solid brands both current and timeless, its the efforts such as this new lookbook editorial – which interesting came via envelope – that maintains its reputation among the fashion circuit. Simply peruse through the gallery to see what we mean.
To add to the prestige of the whole editorial, the shoot was partly taken at amidst the sculpture showcased at the Rudolph Tegner Museum, as well as some luscious farmland somewhere in Copenhagen.
Sure the artistic approach of dichotomy – something the brand is known for with its editorials – is eye-catching enough, especially seen here with the juxtaposing yet seamless layering of nature and urban landscapes as the backdrop, we’re however dedicating our focus to the styling itself, which includes an impressive selection of some of this season’s best branded pieces. The collection includes the likes of OFF-WHITE, Palm Angels, Damir Doma, CMMN SWDN, Song for the Mute, Second Layer and Ne.Sense’s in-house brand Necessity Sense, which have been perfectly matched with one another to create coherent and straight up good looking outfits fit for sartorial modern man.
To add to the prestige of the whole editorial, the shoot was partly taken at amidst the sculpture showcased at the Rudolph Tegner Museum, as well as some luscious farmland somewhere in Copenhagen, both backdrops of which when paired result in the aforementioned artistically “cool” aesthetic. Check out the full lookbook in the gallery above, and head here for more on where and how to cop the pieces themselves.
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