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Netflix And Chill: An Opening Ceremony Editorial

When you go to Netflix.com, the website shows images of families smiling at each other, sitting together in big living rooms with tons of natural light.
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When you go to Netflix.com, the website shows images of families smiling at each other, sitting together in big living rooms with tons of natural light. It also shows photos of people streaming shows on their iPhones or tablets on park benches on sunny mornings. None of these images seem realistic to me.

I wanted the images in Opening Ceremony's latest photo journal to emulate the trance that occurs when a viewer has been binge-watching. Although the images that I shot are set in the dark, they're a little bit more realistic than what these online streaming companies are advertising. Plus, I don't think staying in to watch the whole new season of OITNB ever killed anyone, right? Stream on. View the rest of the photos from the editorial on the Opening Ceremony website.