Over the last few seasons it has been really rad watching the progression of designer Austin Sherbanenko and his Odyn Vovk label. The last few collections have been more and more day to day wearable, still keeping with the overall dark feeling to it. This lookbook for the autumn/winter 2012 collection is probably my favorite of the season so far, all Norweigan Black Metal.
Odyn Vovk is a line we’ve followed for a minute, as the LA-based label continues to push North American fashion forward with mixed silhouettes, proportions and dominant use of greyscale. This video lookbook features choppers and actually manages to give a good look at the s/s ’13 pieces (which look great), so it’s all win from our perspective.
Here is a lookbook that I was really stoked to see, Odyn Vovk and his spring/summer 2013 collection. I am really feeling the progression of this brand, always having a dark undertone to the collections but over the last few seasons the collections have moved a bit more into the wearable category. This ss13 collection sees a heavy motorcycle influence as well as the usual black metal styling. Another reason the lookbook is so damn good is that it is shot by the talented Michael Schmidt.
Austin Sherbanenko’s LA-based Odyn Vovk gets a jump on the seasonal lookbook game with this s/s 2012 presentation, showing a toned-down angle from the line that we’ve yet to see. Normally more defined by flowing silhouettes and soft angles, this run features tighter lines and sharper cuts than seasons past, making for what looks to be a more commercially viable collection, Really liking what I’m seeing here, especially the lightwash denim: click though for the full lookbook.
I previewed the Odyn Vovk spring/summer 2010 lookbook last week, now here’s a glimpse of what is to come for fall/winter 2010. The collection titled ‘Three Fold Path’ is a more casual take on Austin’s signature style, with a more loose and draping silhouette. The model choice of Tony Ward is perfect, with his more masculine look and Lemmy-esque handlebar stache, it fits perfect with the overall vibe. I can’t wait to see the rest of the collection but for now keep reading for the full preview…
is a line that has really captured my attention over the past few seasons, and designer Austin Sherbanenko made a strong impression with his f/w 09 collection. The current spring/summer 2010 collection looks great, with the usual heavy dose of blacks mixed with dark and light grey for some stark contrast. I really like the shapes and cuts, as well as the long and slim looking silhouettes. Sherbanenko takes his unique ‘lone wolf’ aesthetic and hardcore/dark styling and makes it approachable and wearable, well, for some people. Keep reading for the full lookbook…