ODD Spring/Summer 2014
With many designers choosing to experiment with length and alternative silhouettes this year, it appears 2014 will continue with the development of the trend. Edgy New York-based boutique ODD have intelligently incorporated this notion into their in-house SS14 collection, resulting in a modern range that is both cool and quirky.
Featuring a clean palette of white, black and grey, designers Judson Harmon and Jordan Klein produce a selection of directional and fashion forward pieces. Reworked cutting techniques and oversized shapes are vital in understanding the aesthetic, with many silhouettes appearing extended by way of dropped crotch bottoms and long sheer tops.
Along with zips, fastens and contrast panels, fresh prints strengthen the collection’s detailing notes. Many appear in metallic hues, set boldly against jet black or crisp white in order to make an effortless statement. As urban, sport luxe trends continue to dominate the industry, this new range touches upon the key influences whilst maintaining a welcome sartorial edge.
Key pieces within the collection include the leather look sleeveless waistcoat and the grey printed white shorts. However, perhaps the most appealing piece is the short and hooded sweater combination with contrasting black print. With a sports edge and interesting addition of a panel on the back, this piece can’t help but attract attention.
You can shop the full range now at odd-style.com.