Odeur S/S 2010 is now available at oki-ni. oki-ni.com/Brands/Odeur/icat/odeur Odeur's S/S10 collection, 'Light', has evolved with a lighter, jersey material and a draped silhouette of slimmer and taller garments. The inspiration comes from sun faded lines and transparent gossamer surfaces.
Odeur was founded in 2006 by Petter Hollstrom. Currently, the collection's designed by Hollstrom along with Anna Lidstrom and Gorjan Lauseger. Originally, Odeur was a brand experiment seeking to broaden the opinion of what design really means from a branding perspective, using a unique scent and its molecular structure as a replacement for the traditional, word-based logotype.
The aroma of Odeur is based on a number of visual factors; the clean lines of clothing with an almost androgynous alien look. By using aromas that stem from a higher scale, the scent of Odeur is meant to be a light, white and clean fragrance. It is not specific, and the chosen aroma covers all natural elements. It is fresh, clean and modern.
The fragrance is similar in structure to 'Ck One' and when drawn as a molecular diagram produces a triangular shape, a shape that can be found throughout the collection - from patterns to cuts to the logo.
Luke Simon's 'Urban Zen’ collection for s/s10 is lightweight and relaxed, a mix up of soft, unstructured silhouettes with seersucker, poplin and soft cotton textures. Prints are stripes, gingham, florals and madras in a palette of washed pastels, peach, turquoise, pink and yellow alongside tones of blue.
The brand is quietly pushing against the ‘preppy’ stylings that New York menswear can be known for with a city- meets- beach influenced collection.
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