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San Francisco Fashion Week Designer: Oda

Arun Nevader/WireimageArun Nevader/WireimageVictorian elegance meets Japan hipster cool in the designs of Oda, featured at San Francisco Fashion Week. The label is a collaboration between three Bay Area designers: Angie Kim, Mandalyn Begay, and Maggie Kim. Oda's Spring 2007 collection, Threesome of Stone, incorporates luxurious textures in chartreuse and lavender with delicate lace and trim detailing. The results give off a very fairy-tale vibe.

To see some of the highlights from Oda's runway show,


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veronicaraye veronicaraye 9 years
I like the 3rd down!
MichelleA MichelleA 10 years
its fun...but not wearable
BlondeSugar BlondeSugar 10 years
interesting...not really wearable tho
colormesticky colormesticky 10 years
Woof. Frumpy much?
Adriana42 Adriana42 10 years
blah
margaretha margaretha 10 years
i like the short brown-ish outfit ok. the rest of it (though i guess surprisingly wearable for couture) is just too frumpy and also kind of looks familiar, as if it's been done before.
jennifer76 jennifer76 10 years
Um...I like the bolero in the second to the last pic. This is very pretty as conceptual fashion. But, not exactly ready-to-wear...no?
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