The "ATLiens" Editorial From Ne.Sense and India Rose

Shot on film, no special effects.

Presented by Ne.Sense
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The Taipei retailer Ne.Sense collaborates with London-based art director and stylist, India Rose for its latest editorial “ATLiens” named after the 1996 Outkast album of the same name. The photos which have been shot entirely on film feature no special effects and explore such modern themes as isolation and explorations of extraterrestrial landscapes. The clothes simultaneously blend and juxtapose against the natural backdrop as textured and neutrally toned fabrics flow with sharp pin stripes and brilliant accent colors. The wardrobe showcases a range of pieces from both Ne.Sense’s 2016 Fall/Winter collection as well as pieces from Ne.Sense’s  in-brand, Necessity Sense. Check out the photos above for a closer look.

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India Rose
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Alex Demora

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