ODDA Magazine Celebrates Being Yourself

Fashion has always been known for going off in its own direction, an attitude celebrated in the new Spring 2018 issue of ODDA Magazine, which commemorates its sixth anniversary with six covers and the theme of “Queen Be” (as in being yourself). Lindsay Lohan photographs her brother Dakota for one cover while the icon Sharon Stone graces another. Inside the issue, Steph Wilson (Photographer) and Georgia Tal celebrate floral eccentricity and Taylor Freeman finds warmth in the winter cold while Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov and Kathryn Typaldos celebrate teenage energy. Model and DJ Sita Abellan captures Kim Kardashian while Kelia Anne and Sean Knight celebrate the enduring archetype and Diego Villarreal and David Martin celebrate the variety on offer this season in a collections feature. As the new year kicks into full gear, ODDA provides a vigorous and varied vision of the new individuality taking hold across the industry.

Take an exclusive first look at the issue below.

Dakota Lohan | Photographer – Lindsay Lohan | Stylist – Lisa Jarvis

Jordan Barrett | Photographer – Alana O’Herlihy

Kim Kardashian | Photographer – Sita Abellan | Stylist – David Martin

Arjen Talsma and Valery Kaufman | Photographer – Raul Hidalgo | Stylist – Georgia Tal

Sharon Stone | Photographer – Cameron Postforoosh | Stylist – David Martin

Valentina Sampaio | Photographer – Diego Villarreal | Stylist – David Martin

Klara Kristin and Morgan Nakhisa | Photographer – Mehdi Sef | Stylist – Gemma Bedini

Julie Hoomans | Photographer – Juliette Cassidy | Stylist – Georgia Tal

Lululeika Ravn Liep | Photographer – Steph Wilson (Photographer) | Stylist – Georgia Tal

Otto-Valter Vainaste and Liam Young Foster | Photographer and stylist – Taylor Freeman

Luka Isaac | Photographer – Vito Fernicola | Stylist – Diletta Bonaiuti

Kim Kardashian | Photographer – Sita Abellan | Stylist – David Martin

Willow Hand | Photographer – Kelia Anna | Stylist – Sean Knight

Sarah Fraser | Photographer – Diego Villarreal | Stylist – David Martin

Leonardo Scotti | Stylist – Georgia Tal

Younes Bendjima | Photographer – Diego Villarreal | Stylist – David Martin

A very Purple preview

Freja Beha Erichsen by Craig McDean | Styled by Vanessa Reid

You want a preview of Purple Fashion, we got it. A whopping 12 covers and any one of them is good. It’s a long scroll to the bottom because the preview here pulls from the entire issue, Index 76. Naturally, great contributor are plenteous with names to whet the appetite that go: Craig McDean, Brianna Capozzi, Juergen Teller, Pierre-Ange Carlotti. Also looks like artist Anne Imhof, Maurizio Cattelan, Lacoste creative director Felipe Oliveira Baptista, and Hood by Air gone Helmut Lang’s multidimensional designer Shayne Oliver give their two cents. Models like Luna Bijl, Anja Rubik, Lili Sumner and Binx Walton are on their best worst behavior for the subversive magazine. That and more galore.

Images courtesy of Purple Magazine

Luna Bijl by Brianna Capozzi | Styled by Delphine Danhier

Hiandra Martinez and Binx Walton by Pierre-Ange Carlotti | Styled by Haley Wollens

Suzi Leenaars by Juergen Teller | Styled by Sheila Single

Lili Sumner by Andrea Spotorno | Stylist Sheila Single

by Andrea Spotorno | Stylist Sheila Single

Mariam de Vinzelle by Heji Shin | Styled by Camille Bidault Waddington

Kiko Mizuhara by Chikashi Suzuki | Styled by Michiko Kitamura

Marjan Jonkman and Emile by Walter Pfeiffer | Styled by Sheila Single

Hannah Motler by Casper Sejersen | Styled by Robbie Spencer

[Update] i-D drops 10 more covers for ‘The Radicals’ issue

Cover alert!

[Update] i-D Magazine takes to the newsstands to visually extol what is ‘Radical’. The publication released 10 more covers for their radicals issue. Its first two messengers released previously: newcomer Adut Akech and Binx Walton. South Sudanese Hot Lister and unstoppable newface Adut rebels in the riotous designs of the legendary Rei Kawakubo (following the Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between exhibition at the MET) photographed by Mario Sorrenti. 22-year-old Binx is shot by Zoë Ghertner and talks to i-D about all things social issues.

The 10 new ones are all black-and-white and all photographed by Inez and Vinoodh and styled by Alastair McKimm. Amongst their socially hard-hitting ranks: Paloma Elsesser, Teddy Quinlivan, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Dara Allen, Doutzen Kroes, Liya Kebede, Anja Rubik, Cameron Russell, Christy Turlington and Cardi B. Phew! Between the passionate bunch, they tackle a lot of issues, which is why they are all so cover worthy. You view more images from the super stocked editorial here and preview some of the covers below.

Paloma Elsesser

Hanne Gaby Odiele

Dara Allen

Christy Turlington

Adut Akech by Mario Sorrenti | Fashion director Alastair McKimm | Hair Recine | Makeup Kanako Takase | Nail technician Honey | Set design Philipp Haemmerle

See them in full on i-D.

Binx Walton by Zoë Ghertner | Stylist Julia Sarr-Jamois | Hair Jimmy Paul | Makeup Thomas De Kluyver

[Update] Dazed keeps the covers coming!

Naturally Dazed Magazine covers are a model magnet. Times 4 has just as much appeal and Dazed’s multi-covers are on a mission to show some love to brightest, young new stars Fran Summers, Shanelle Nyasiase, Lulu Tenney and Kris Grikaite. The models can’t take all the credit, the photographs are just as worthy of an exclamation point as the faces they feature: Roe Ethridge shot Lulu, Viviane Sassen shot Shanelle, Johnny Dufort shot Fran Summers and by Angelo Pennetta shot Kris. See them below.

Images courtesy of Dazed Magazine

Kris Grikaite by Angelo Pennetta

Fran Summers by Johnny Dufort

Shanelle Nyasiase by Viviane Sassen

Lulu Tenney by Roe Ethridge

Rianne Van Rompaey Indulges in Self Care for Love Magazine

Photographer – Harley Weir | Fashion editor – Katie Grand | Hair – Syd Hayes | Makeup – Lauren Parsons | Nails – Chisato Yamamoto | Model – Rianne van Rompaey

We all need a little spa maintenance and Love Magazine taps into the self-care trend with muted Harley Weir visuals of model ace Rianne van Rompaey. There’s an element of preservation of it all, as Katie Grand selected looks from Marni, Givenchy, and Alexander McQueen go up against food prep polyurethane aprons, knickers, and Off-White PVC stilettos blessed by Jimmy Choo. Whether it’s a dip in cooling baths, a mud mask to tighten, acupuncture or cupping therapy, Love shows you can still dress up to unwind.

See a preview of the editorial below.