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Odalïsque Magazine is a skilfully curated fashion, culture, and art
magazine. Artistic and eccentric imagery engages the viewer with a
provocative social critique, valuing culture, while remaining in tone
with commerce. Intriguing narratives reveal expressive interplay between
art, luxury and fashion, where the juxtaposition of creativity and
reasoning merges into a cultural symbiosis.

In this issue:

Covers: Sandra Myhrberg’s photographic narrative and Rikard Lilja’s
visionary momentum.

Inside: Issey Miyake’s newly appointed designer director Satoshi Kondo
shares his ideas on retail and sustainability. Swedish photographer
Christofer Zagal offers an ingenious pilgrimage into his imaginary
‘zone’. Richard Lilja and Anna Sundelin feature their idea of beauty,
constructed by sculpturesque language of body embraced with playful
colours and cuts. Nadia Tehran portrays her feeling by using music as an
emotional tool. Elisabeth Toll opens up her photographic mind, letting
us experience the idea of catching a moment by living it through the
lens of a camera. Further, we meet Felix Svensson behind a camera,
depicting the idea of street fashion. The photographer Ninja Hanna
illustrates a storytelling merging the past and future into a
transitional momentum. Stockholm-based designer Naim Josefi sets forth
his philosophy of fashioning the steel. The confidence of Sandra
Myhrberg’s photographic language challenged by the stylistic expression
of the stylist Meghan Scott bestow a feeling of spiritual essence hidden
in a synthetic reflection of nothing. Asker Mortensen shows us a real
movement wrapped in the context of a bewildering world. The artist Anna
Camner speaks about what is hidden far beyond the beholder’s eye.
Fredric Altinell’s images remind one about the realm of different
realities we today live in. Meanwhile, Evelyn Bencicova brings us back
in history in order to intellectually push forward our aesthetic
reflection with her thought-provoking photographic pieces.

Photographers: Christofer Zagal, Richard Lilja, Elisabeth Toll, Felix
Svensson, Ninja Hanna, Sandra Myrberg, Fredric Altinell, Evelyn Bencicova.


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