Odd goes kaleidoscopic

From day one I've been a huge Odd-fan. Odd Magazine is "completely conceptualized and realized by a group of 30 students of the Amsterdam Fashion Institute, It explores six connections between seven people in the creative industry. Inspired by their personal stories and fashion visions, the magazine reveals an unexpectedly beautiful world of fashion, photography and illustration that is just a little bit odd."

An concept and initiative that continues to exceed many expectations. And now, with the magazine being available for the iPad, and the movies featured in the online version, it's mindblowing. W.O.W.

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