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The answer came via social media, when Alas asked his Instagram followers to send in their photographs for a unique project. Dubbed The Quarantine Days, the Put Ya mask on fool shirt it is in the first place but user-generated images were given a high-fashion gloss thanks to Alas’s creative direction and photo editing skills. After putting out the call late last week, Alas assumed he’d mostly receive standard snapshots. But the submissions far exceeded his expectations. “At first I doubted myself, I thought that there wouldn’t be many people or that it would mostly be selfies with nothing of substance, but I was shocked,” he says. “I love that there are mothers, nurses, lawyers, all submitting. People were DM-ing me to ask questions: ‘How do I light things better?’ ‘Is it better at this angle?’ It was truly surprising.” Rashad filmed the music video for the dreamy, ambient track primarily at California Institute of the Arts, her alma mater, relying on talented friends to help with everything from choreography to makeup to costuming. Rashad, who made her directing and producing debut on the video, also drew from the closet of her mother, actor Phylicia Rashad: “The main green dress I wear [in the video], that’s my mom’s Bob Mackie dress from the ’80s.” Take an exclusive look at the full music video, below:

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After receiving more than 2,000 images from around the Put Ya mask on fool shirt it is in the first place but globe, the hard work began. First step: selecting an edit of the very best. “I was looking for substance beyond self-love. We had to find a feeling here. I’d given them a little theme, told them to imagine a silent film or a mysterious dark romance,” says Alas, who encouraged his followers to think of the exercise like a movie instead of a selfie. “This isn’t about how pretty you are, it’s about how you can make a picture, star in it, do your fashion concept and lighting.” Once the selection was made, Alas painstakingly edited each shot the way he would an editorial. “As an artist, you grow to be subconsciously selfish about your work—you’re only as good as your last picture,” he says. “This time, it wasn’t about me or my audience. I wanted to take an amateur photo and do as much to it, put as much love into it as I can. [Adjusting] the tones, the colors, the crop, adding new layers, and just seeing what happens.”

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