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Started by a few far-flung friends in Stockholm, London, and New York (with contributors from locales all around the world), the magazine is a weekly, super-curated publication that dishes on the people, objects, projects, and images that's all killer, no filler. Seriously — if you're the kind of person that likes both quality and quantity, you won't regret adding Odalisque to your blogroll.
Our favorite sections include gorgeous link-out medley Opiates, a hodgepodge of delightfully bizarre interviews in Perspectives, and a shopping blog kept by Fia Garvner, which is just about the worst thing to happen to our budgets since Zara started e-commerce. Warning: If you're okay with spending an hour (or two) getting lost on the site, click over — because it's pretty near impossible to just browse Odalisque without falling into its black hole. Click through for a tiny taste.
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