On their research trip to London, Otto & Jörg found a vintage peacock print from the late 70ies, representing the rich bohemian mood of the time - starting point for the FW 18 / 19 collection.

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/ Peacock is standing for luxury, rich beauty and abundance.
/ Colour of the eye of the peacock feathers influenced this season's colour palette.
/ subtoned colour stories continue in small flower prints, e.g. little bouquets spread over the fabrics.
/ sweetness of these floral prints is broken with unusual darker colour ways.

This Fall/ Winter collection plays eclectically with the richness of fabrics and patterns. Meeting each other very coincidentally, sometimes in an surprising way.
Again ODE EH created a very playful collection, introducing interesting surfaces with new haptics, like hairy checks or metallic coated canvas for shiny details.
Lurex jacquards add glamour but are seen by ODEEH to blend into daywear.

ODEEH FW 18/19 plays with hyperfeminine silhouettes.

The focus is on skirts, combining the new pencil silhouettes with blouson styles, that create a new tension.
Pants as another option vary in different silhouettes from full cut men 's pants to voluminous sport-influenced cropped styles to very fitted slim styles.
Ruffles, volants etc ... stand in contrast with sporty elements like parkas, windbreakers and hoodies underlining the new silhouette.
Otto & Jörg see ruffles not in a romantic mood, but paired with bulky sweaters, more as a quotation.

Never too elegant, always surprising looks, that work for all occasions.


For another season ODEEH shows its strength in combining opposites 

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Maximum opulence in minimalistic silhouettes
Precious fabrics.
Strong and clear colours
Romantic mood versus precise tailoring
Contemporary femininity
Powerful mixing of patterns and colours
Always surprising
Elements of classic menswear wardrobe are borrowed for strong , precise shoulders, to be combined with very soft romantic elements
Never afraid of colour and daring combinations
Always daring the unexpected 

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