Ruby Rose, Ralph Lauren Collaboration: DJ Is The New Face Of The Brand's Denim And Supply

By Jonnalyn Cortez January 7, 2016 2:15 AM EST
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IN PHOTO: Australian model Ruby Rose poses on the red carpet during the MTV EMA awards at the Assago forum in Milan, Italy, October 25, 2015. (Photo: REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo)

She has been known as Stella Carlin in the hit TV series "Orange is the New Black," now she stars Ralph Lauren's Denim and Supply spring collection. The 29-year-old star looked alluring and simply gorgeous in a series of promotional photos surfacing online.

The New York-centric ad campaign by photographer Mark Seliger made it artistic in the company's warehouse. The actress was there together with other models, like her friend Hailey Baldwin and a local artist named Edward Granger.

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The capsule was trying to "create a cinematic social experience complimented by a global digital campaign," seen in a four-part series on Denim & Supply's Instagram page, @DenimandSupplyRL. "I love the fact that [Denim & Supply] is using Instagram to create these mini films, this little 15-second cinematics, because I definitely get a lot of the information, my inspiration and style inspiration from social media platforms, and on Instagram especially," the DJ told People.

"And I think that people's attention spans are much shorter these days, and you're less likely to captivate or hold people's attention for that long," she continued. "But the way we've done it, I really think people are going to enjoy it. [The videos] are fun and about being yourself — they're about being authentic and not taking yourself too seriously — and I hope people get that."

Furthermore, Rose revealed that her fashion style is actually sexless, as noted by E! Online. "It's rock, chic, like casual wear, but then on the flip side to that, being that it's so androgynous, it'll either be skinny jeans and a leather jacket, or if I'm doing a red carpet or event, I'll completely flip that and be wearing a suit or a dress," she said.

She also added that she has "a very eclectic style," which depends on how she feels and what makes her comfortable and happy. Rose often doesn't follow the trend and opt for clothing that can express her feelings and her artistic side, which alters from being "rocky, androgynous and chic" styles.

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