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ODDA MAGAZINE is a bi-annual, contemporary fashion and culture magazine based in New York and founded by current Creative Director and Editor in Chief David Martin in April 2012.
By speaking out for creatives, artists, philanthropists, gallerists, actors and actresses, models, and people who participate in and nourish culture from an active perspective, ODDA is a platform where self-expression, imagination and dreams are brought to the next level. By discovering new meanings to those feelings, the magazine is also strictly connected to everything that brings excitement and passion. Starting from its very first issue, ODDA was published in the form of a hard-copy magazine by ODDA Ltd., a private media group.
Its editorial line, from the beginning and through the years, portrays menswear and womenswear collections, trends as
well as individual creative minds. Every themed issue reflects a statement which shapes all the contents comprised inside every volume. ODDA magazine keeps alive its fascination for strong personalities; people with character and, last but not least, its excitement for the new wave of designers, creatives and talents who are changing the cultural scenario worldwide.
Issue by issue, ODDA aims to connect the simple touch of fashion with the innovation taking place on a daily basis and a new and striking approach to trends, messages and meanings the industry creates day by day.
The new concept of fashion and what people like to wear is and will always be a matter of tastes, that is why the magazine is fully involved in the fact of reaching out as many as possible in order to give fashion a universal meaning.
In this issue:
In a meeting of minds Stevie Wonder and Timothée Chalamet took a deep dive into Love, Art, America and Music with Mr Wonder’s latest manifestation of which is a soon- to-be-released new single called “Where is Our Love Song?” an ode to love for all humanity.
“I have a song coming, and the song is called “Where is Our Love Song?”
I’m excited for everyone to hear it because of where we are right now. Hopefully everyone will hear it real soon but that’s the question that I have; “Where is our love song?” not a love song between you and me, but a song of love for all humanity.” – Stevie Wonder in conversation with Timothée Chalamet for ODDA 19.
Mr Stevie Wonder is a messenger of peace, a light in the very dark world we live in and someone loving his family and every human in need in this world. He has combined the power of timeless music with a deep concern for policy issues, and has always used his work in the music industry to try and improve the world around him, from working on AIDS awareness and anti-apartheid efforts to fundraising for blind and disabled children.
Timothée Chalamet is the future, is someone fully committed to the different issues the world is facing today. He is the voice of the new generations, an extremely talented actor and someone we admire for who he is, what he does and the passion he feels for life and opportunities. He also actively speaks out against inequality and supports numerous charities.
Speaking about future, Kailand Morris son of Stevie Wonder also joined the conversation speaking about his fashion label House of Kom and how it supports communities, the search for alternative avenues to increase sustainability in the fashion industry and the importance of family and love.
ODDA 19 “You, Me, And Everyone We Know” is speaking about plurality, future, individuality, family… and about our planet. Today more than ever, we demand global humanity, equality, respect, and love… There is no future if we don’t have a deeper understanding of what connects us, we are ONE.
The conversation between Mr Wonder and Chalamet is all about an eye to the future of our world. As David Martin, Editor in Chief of ODDA said “The first tough about this conversation to happen was about the meaning behind a talk between two strong voices coming from two different generations speaking about the world of today and tomorrow.”
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