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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Rapper-slash-model Iggy Azalea is having quite the week. On Monday, she released her debut album The New Classic. Now, she's posing for Revolve's summer campaign. And, after close inspection of Azalea's Clueless-inspired, "Fancy" music video, we're not too surprised by this latest modeling stint. After all, the singer has read