February 23rd, 2016 | jonathan
For its tenth issue, ODDA Magazine offers up a tribute—or, rather, per the theme, “Tributes”—to what the editor-in-chief David Martin calls the “defining subcultures of contemporary society” in his editor’s letter. The thick new edition, out today, celebrates a wide range of facets of modern culture, from pop and eroticism to androgyny and romantic decadence, and asks how each plays out in the season’s designs. Two of the six covers celebrate the legendary Joan Collins and Helena Christensen, while Rick Owens muse Michele Lamy takes a third, and each is interviewed within about her life and her art. Lindsey Wixson and Yuri Pleskun get intimate for the camera of Michael Donovan, and Rankin (Camilla Lowther Management) and Lola Chatterton take on gender bending with a lot of sparkle. The issue explores androgyny from both sides, with Rhiannon McConnell in menswear by Rebekah Campbell and Martin, and Liam Little in womenswear by Wish Thanasarakhan. Duy Vo and Alba Melendo offer a tour through the whimsical archives of Viktor & Rolf, and Sita Abellan goes full-out Pop for a Moschino special by Anthony Arquier. Piero Mendez finds himself surrounded by shag wallpaper in featured devoted to kitsch, and Lucas Ucedo and Benjamin Knapp offer a contemporary take on the cowboy look in the section celebrating American culture.
Take an exclusive first look at the new issue—available today at 10 Corso Como, Milan, and the Tate Modern, London—below.
Joan Collins | Photographer – Tom Johnson | Stylist – Patricia Villirillo
Photographer – Erin von Frakenberg | Stylist – Ignacio Ortega | Model – Piero Mendez
Photographer – Stella Berkofsky | Stylist – Marion Jollivet | Model – Jon Cooper
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