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Todd Oldham.

The only thing that seems to change faster than fashions these days is Todd Oldham's career. Recently, the erstwhile designer switched to photography, snapping album covers, Sinead O'Connor for Interview, Amy Sedaris for New York Black Book, and numerous other celebs and friends. He's also taking up interior design (and launching a line of interior design products), preparing a photo book, and even directing a film. Add to that a TV show in the works, and you've got one busy visionary.

"I'm true to my aesthetic--it's just a medium shift," says Oldham. "To me, it's the same whether I'm doing a dress or a hotel or a plate. I think it's about being open to doing new things."
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Title Annotation:designer and photographer
Publication:The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Aug 14, 2001
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