COVERS - SPACES ISSUE
ODDA Magazine's 11th issue SPACES
available worldwide at Newsstand.co.uk.
With eight covers, the eleventh issue features: Hanne Gaby wearing Marc Jacobs shot by #MarkLuckasavage, Ville Sydfors wearing JW Anderson shot by AlineandJacquelineTappia, Peyton Knight wearing Blumarine and Moschino shot by #TaylorTupy, Presley Gerber wearing Coach shot by
#TaylorTupy, Aline Weber wearing Prada shot by #MarcPilaro, Geri wearing Temperley London shot by #MashaMel, Madison Stubbington wearing Gucci shot by #AaronMichael, Kasia Struss wearing Acne Studios shot by #JackWaterlot.
WITHIN THE CURRENT ISSUE
ODDA 11 SPACES is a three-chapter homage divided in three sections defining: Indoor, In and Out and Outdoor Spaces, where myriad of protagonists define the evolution of the contemporary society involved in fashion, art, architecture and culture, and how these influence and interact each other.
Our eight covers are the cliques we chose to explore, in this edition, the heartfelt examples of diversity, open-mindedness, and transmogrification. The impetus of this issue is propelled by the notion of respect and how it permeates to forge a meaningful dialogue between the magazine, the interviewees, and our readers.
These Creative Minds in the shape of architects, interior and set
designers, sculptors, and our cherished scholars of fashion, who appear in this issue, have continually been the light to our passions as well as the theme of this issue. They have all fought for their artworks and paved the way for others, creating a palpable impact; including last interview to Billy Name, iconic Pat Cleveland, Riccardo Tisci and his perception of beauty, The Bunker: by Udon Breger, Alexander Wang, Blanca Li, controversial visionary Jason Wu, Erwin Wurm, Floriane de Saint Pierre and how she selects talents to represent a brand, and many more ... reaching nearly 50 interviews and reportages of proud harbingers and defenders of their own respective individuality, who together form a significant testament to the past, our present and the future.
WHAT IS ODDA?
ODDA Magazine is an intimate conduit between its readers and the myriad individuals who make up the global fashion industry. It is an edgy yet contemporary bi-annual publication for both men and women where fashion's diverse tastes and milieus are covered in an egalitarian manner, simultaneously representing the Zeitgeist; paying homage to the past and looking directly at the future on each glossy page.
Each edition is buoyed by a distinct and culturally pertinent theme, where we dedicate interviews, articles and editorials to
the industry's creatives, artists and philanthropists and offer them a platform to re-interpret their vision and in effect allow our readers to dream, discover and ultimately develop their own creative instinct.
Finally, ODDA is a cultural and futuristic examination of how today's fashion will affect tomorrow's and pays heed to each individual who helps to reinvent and keep the wheel turning, while offering both visual and experiential content to all of those who want to remain cognizant and be INSPIRED.
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