ODDA Magazine's latest fashion feature is an ode to soccer hooligan style and highlights wardrobe picks that promote comfort and self-expression. Titled 'Der Spinner,' this image series is captured by photographer Ralph Mecke and boasts wardrobe styling by ODDA fashion editor Ingo Narhwold who opts for layered and oversized pieces.
Resembling authentic soccer hooligans, this editorial's female models pull off tomboy-themed looks that compliment their shaved head coifs. Each also wears a signature scarf that pays homage to a different global or local football club.
This soccer hooligan fashion story highlights sporty and androgynous pieces while suggesting that iconic streetwear looks like the bomber jacket, baggy jeans and camouflaged apparel are all a reference to an aesthetic first pioneered by rowdy sport fans.
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