In celebration of its second anniversary, Taipei-born fashion house Ne.Sense is opening the doors on a new art installation titled "Second Thought."

Featuring a hodgepodge of paintings, conceptual artworks and photography, "Second Thought" is based on the idea of the power within the individual and how "In life, we question our decisions; with insecurity and doubt, we give second thought towards people, art, love, and everything that lies ahead. It is human nature. It is a blessing and a curse to hold the power to decide."

As we originally reported, Ne.Sense recently teamed up with California retailer 424 for a special capsule collection which merges Eastern and Western aesthetics, and garments from the range can be seen scattered throughout the installation. Lastly, floor two of the space introduces G.O.O.D Music CEO Pusha T's brooding "Darkest Before Dawn" photography exhibition, comprised of 60 black-and-white pages by DONDA photographer Fabien Montique.

Be sure to check out our exclusive images and video from the installation above, and then head here to see what went down at FIAC 2016.

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