All posts tagged: Amy Odell

What Amy Odell’s Tales from the Back Row Taught Me

Fashion is indubitably one of the most intimidating and exclusive industries to ever exist. It’s often mocked in films for being too materialistic (ie. The Devil Wears Prada) and rejected by many for its superficial allure. The truth is that, like any other industry, fashion has an enormous importance in the world we live in today as it informs the current state of our society and generates trillions of dollars a year. Is fashion an exclusive clique of artsy weirdos who love to reference Victorian era style while watching an Armani show? Yes. Is it an industry that exudes glamour? Yes. But most importantly, it’s an industry made up of hard-working individuals who have taken their passion for art and clothing to all aspects of the business. Furthermore, it takes a specific type of humor and sarcasm to be able to penetrate this circle as a complete outsider. One that I have not been able to master yet, but have come one step closer thanks to Amy Odell, editor of Cosmopolitan.com. As the first fashion …