No Sesso Unveils Its Harlem Renaissance-Inspired FW20 Campaign
The “A Vignette of the Renaissance on 24th Street” collection is now available to order.
Earlier this month, No Sesso delivered an artistic homecoming runway show for its Fall/Winter 2020 “A Vignette of the Renaissance on 24th Street” collection in Los Angeles. Now, the Pierre Davis and Arin Hayes-helmed brand has finally unveiled the campaign images of its latest range.
Shot by Clifford Prince King, the editorial was created and produced in the home of the capsule’s co-designer, Autumn Randolph. According to a press release, the shoot was inspired by Davis’ time spent with Randolph in her home on 24th Street in West Adams, Los Angeles, where the concept and creation of the collection’s designs took place. Additionally, the campaign features elements influenced by the interpretation of the lifestyle of African Americans during the Harlem Renaissance in the ’20s and ’30s.
Take a look at photos in the gallery above. No Sesso’s FW20 collection is now available to shop online.
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