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Fashion designer Oda's 2005/2006 collection goes online

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Oct '05
Collection for 2005/2005 by Oda of Norway
Fashion designer Oda launches the collection for 2005/2006.

The company has the great pleasure to present the Oda collection for 2005/2006! It is now available on their website.

Oda is a unique concept and with this collection they have more successfully than ever managed to capture the real essence of the Oda style: the bohemian women in an urban environment.

Company combine tradition, design and fashion in their designer clothing that last more than a single season. Clothing that can be used in infinite combinations, for both every day wear and the special occations.

It has numerous retailers all over Norway, as well as selected locations in the US and Germany. In Stavanger, Norway they now have their own Oda shop, located in Søregaten 30.

Norway based fashion designer Oda of Norway was established by designer Gerd Vikingstad in 1996. It has already earned international recognition for outstanding design based on Norwegian traditions. The company is located in Stavanger, a city on south-west coast of Norway, where the unruly North Sea is reflected in the environment and the people. Here you also find Norway's largest wool spinning factories, which are supplying superior raw material for ODA's traditional Norwegian knitwear.

Oda of Norway


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