Unrealism

Fall 2014 is shaping up to be one of the most varied seasons in recent memory, at least if the latest issue of ODDA Magazine is anything to go by. The progressive fashion publication releases its new edition this week, celebrating the multifarious strands that have come together to create a sense of excitement and change for the coming months. Working off the theme of “Unrealism,” this seventh issue takes to task nothing less than the way we live in the world to today, constantly bombarded by a stream of changing images, pulling bits and pieces, like magpies, to construct our unified selves. ODDA gives us plenty to work with, starting with the dual covers, one featuring Stephanie Hall in a vibrant Prada coat photographed by Philip Meech, and the other a hazy Garrett Neff in a hazy multiple-exposure Polaroid by Jeremy Kost, whose provocative new book Fractured is also previewed within. The various visions keep on coming, from a dreamy look at Eden and an Alaïa special at the barre to an insightful Hussein Chalayan retrospective and an interview with Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, with beauty, hair, and even fragrance in between. The issue ends with a look ahead at Spring 2015, a reminder that, even in the swirl of the new, there is always something even newer.

ODDA 7 menswear cover copia

Garrett models.com
Garrett Neff by Jeremy Kost (Jed Root), styling by Matthew Marden (De Facto)

ODDA 7 womenswear cover copia

Stephanie Hall Models.com
Stephanie Hall by Philip Meech, styling by Hope von Joel

Eden
Anni Jurgenson, Aurelien Muller by An Le, styling by Matt Bidgoli

Preview Dries Van Noten ss15
Alexander Ferrario by Sy Delorme, styling by Yasmina Benabdelkrim, set by Kaduri Elyashar

Alaia
Lida Fox by Alice Rosati, styling by Yasmina Benabdelkrim & set by Kaduri Elyashar

Chalayan

Dolce & Gabbana

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