Taiwanese boutique Ne.Sense launches their first ever collection of menswear. The Point One Collection features a careful selection of familiar silhouettes thoughtfully updated by creative director Steve Hsieh to reflect a modern aesthetic.
Called Necessity Sense, the collection reflects a balance of function and style. A Mandarin shirt is inspired by the way Taiwanese farmers wear their uniforms with the top few buttons unbuttoned. Point One elevates the style by cutting it Italian Cotton, with a boxy fit, and exaggerated front overlap with tight V- neck opening panel. Shorts feature frayed exposed seams. The entire collection is made to be layered, mixed and matched.
“All these subtle changes are conscious decisions that our team have made to create the best wearing experience for our customers,” says creative director Steve F. Hsieh.
Preview the collection lookbook shot by LA based photographer Marilyn Hue here.