About the brand
- Fashion design house
- Rich materials
- Traditional and experimental tailoring
With their label ODEEH Otto Drögsler and Jörg Ehrlich stand for a nowadays rare atelier tradition since 2008. ODEEH is the result of the designer duo’s pursuit of perfection and passion for their collection. Dealing creatively with different tempers brings a special tension and complexity to the collection: from the silhouettes to the range of the materials. ... read more
Uncountable hours behind sketch blocks and in the atelier, many confrontations and lots of discussions of the creative team resulted in the distinctive message of collection. Drögsler and Ehrlich complete each other to become a greater picture, an overall vision of ODEEH. Brave. Creative. Eclectic. Sometimes casual. Elegant, occasionally formal, and strict. Playing with extreme silhouettes, creating a tension between traditional and experimental tailoring. The concept of ‘Old – School – Couture’ is a subtle hint, which never overrules. The manufacturing and compilation explicitly break with this elegant concept.
The combination of the single elements explore new exceptional paths. Every piece of the collection is designed to be combined, but only when the pieces are used together, the true look of ODEEH unfolds. From the first pencil stroke up to the delivery, only specialists work at ODEEH, beginning with the best weavers and silk printers of northern Italy to the production in German studios, manufactories, and master enterprises. This conscious anti‐industrialism once more reflects ODEEH’s underlying sophisticated principle.
ODEEH by Pauw Amsterdam
At Pauw we offer a varied selection of ODEEH: from supple, wide leg trousers in comfortable fits, oversized jackets in colorful materials, tops in soft rayon and shirt dresses in crispy cotton. Characteristic for every collection are the stunning colors, artistic prints and oversized silhouettes.
ODEEH Autumn/Winter 2020-2021
The autumn/winter 2020-2021 collection by ODEEH is inspired on different influences. From the ’70 glamour and the maharadja’s to workwear - this tension between ultra-feminine and ultra-masculine creates a highly eclectic line. The colours and materials in this collection are more subdued, but the designs are accentuated with glamorous jacquards and abstract prints in breathtaking colour combinations. This season again, ODEEH collaborated with graphic artist Marco Wagner to develop the floral prints. The AW20 collection by Pauw Amsterdam features festive items made of silk or sequins, as well as comfortable knits and trousers made of flannel.
Discover the ODEEH collection in our stores or at Pauw.com.