RESCHIA Annlouise Landelius Visting DRY COSTUME

    Written by Fashion Tales

    DRY COSTUME is a clothing collections that combines timeless cuts with premium qualities. Their new line is a first in a series of creative collaborations between DRY and creative professionals within photography, fashion and art under the name DRY Studio labs. This first lab is a collaboration with RESCHIA and Annlouise Landelius. Gothenburg-based bad designer Annlouise Landelius is showing her new collection, “Series 80”, which just recently launched at the lifestyle store Artilleriet. RESCHIA is showcasing new versions of the signature model “Rugged”. 

    DRY STUDIOS is located on
    Upplandsgatan 36, Stockholm

  • PANDORA Store Opening - Drottninggatan

    Written by Fashion Tales

    The international Danish brand Pandora, which was founded in 1982, had it's opening for their new concept store on Drottninggatan in Stockholm this week. They're known for their customizable charm bracelets, designer rings and necklaces.

    The store is located at
    Drottninggatan 59, Stockholm

  • Carl Kostyál - For Pete's Sake

    Written by Fashion Tales

    The late Peter Amdam was a musician, DJ, art critic, editor, curator and literary scholar with a particular love of philosophy, aesthetics and the history of ideas. He was an international figurehead in the so-called straight-edge genre, the driving force of the bands Onward, Sportswear and For Pete’s Sake. He was an editor at Natt og Dag, a regular contributor to Kunstkritikk.no and a host of other publications and, during the past five years, also increasingly engaged in organizing exhibition projects, often in collaboration with Carl Kostyál gallery.

    This exhibition is a homage and a farewell party all at once, For Pete’s Sake brings together a number of the artists Peter admired and collaborated with.

    The exhibition For Pete's Sake at Carl Kostyál, Stockholm
    25th August - 25th September, 2016

  • Reebok x FACE Stockholm

    Written by Meghan Scott

    A surprisingly unlikely, yet wonderfully synergetic duo has collaborated; Make-up brand FACE Stockholm and sportswear brand Reebok. Bringing us nostalgic bright 80’s colours, reminiscent of our cool aunties and moms, the make-up brand has released a full range of products that are available for purchase in FACE Stockholm stores and online. Reebok complements the collection, taking the colours and providing shoes in our favourite 80’s throwback styles, including Freestyle High and Princess versions. Style blogger Julie Sariñana of Sincerely Jules is the face of the new campaign.

    A few of us from Odalïsque Magazine went to an intimate meet and greet in the Stockholm flagship store last night to see the collection. We had an absolutely fabulous time mingling with the staff and the founders, dynamic mother daughter duo, Gun Nowak and Martina Arfwidson.

  • Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Flyknit

    Written by Anne van Beers

    It’s been almost three decades since the Air Max 1 debuted Nike’s visible Air technology, the shoe’s design has become so popular; it even has its own annual celebration.

    Today, the silhouette marks another milestone: It pairs with transformative Nike technology Flyknit to form the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Flyknit, the lightest Air Max 1 ever. 

    The Flyknit technology, which made its debut in 2012, enables Nike’s designers to engineer every stitch of a shoe upper to deliver maximum performance, all while producing 60% less waste than traditional cut-and-sew methods.

    At this summer's competition, more athletes than ever before will be wearing Nike Flyknit.

    The Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Flyknit is available in men's and women's sizes and colorways starting July 28, 2016

  • Torture / Andres Serrano

    Written by Anne van Beers

    During the photography festival Recontres d’Arles that is taking place from July 4th though until the 25th of September, Andres Serrano’s new work ‘Torture’ will be premiered at Collection Lambert.

    The ‘Torture’ series was initiated and produced by a/political, a London-based not-for-profit organization that collaborates with sociopolitical artists. Serrano’s photographs were taken at the Foundry, an experimental art space run by a/political in the French town of Maubourguet.
    Under the guidance of military personnel and perpetrators of torture, Serrano photographed the voluntary models in degrading positions, using devices that were produced on-site by the local residents.

    Throughout his confrontational and challenging work, Serrano unpicks the hypocrisies and highlights similarities within religious, political and social constructs.
    The artist received international attention for the scandal around his work ‘Piss Christ’ in 1987 and one of his more recent solo exhibitions include 'Redemption' at the Museum of Photography (Fotografiska Museet) in Stockholm, Sweden (2015)

    A selection of prints from Francisco Goya’s The Disasters of War (1810-1820) will accompany the exhibition,
    on loan from Stadtmuseum, Oldenburg.

    Torture, Andres Serrano Collection Lambert, Avignon
    4th July – 25th September, 2016