Plus, it's time to get rid of fat phobia on the red carpet.
The New York-based label is designed with love for all bodies and beings.
In their work with seaweed shoes, creepy knits and Ugandan bark cloth, these designers are ones to watch.
Launched on Kickstarter by two recent Stanford grads, Oddli is going all in on funky, mismatched fabric that would've been thrown away.
The practice isn't new, but brands like Jonathan Cohen, Tanya Taylor, and others have gotten more vocal about their efforts to address waste in the fashion industry.
Cities like Portland, Philadelphia and Brownsville may lack in established fashion infrastructure, but they make up for it in community and authentically unique inspiration.
I want to hang out with them soon, preferably while wearing these.
The brand-new label started by Alexander Wang and Telfar alums combines "clitoris flowers," a downtown-scene-meets-island-girl-aesthetic and deadstock fabrics.