Oldham designed furniture and home accessories for La-Z-Boy furniture (2003–2007) and served as creative director for Old Navy. Todd Oldham has become widely known to American TV audiences through his many television appearances.Most notably, Oldham was the host of the "Todd Time" segment on MTV's House of Style from 1993 to 1999.
Books in the series include photos and essays on filmmaker John Waters, the artist compound in upstate New York owned by Joe Holtzman (the founder of Nest magazine), and the Rhode Island School of Design’s off-campus housing and Bedrock City.
Oldham has created Hand Made Modern, Without Boundaries, and various other titles.
As fashion designers and fans of the film Grey Gardens (1975), both he and John Bartlett appear on the Criterion Collection DVD of the film and discuss Edith 'Little Edie' Bouvier Beale's influence on fashion.
Anyone who has ever picked up a Bret Easton Ellis novel knows that for a certain crowd, designer Todd Oldham’s shimmering, kaleidoscopic prints were the chicest, most captivating thing a woman in the ’90s could possibly put on.
After bursting onto the New York fashion scene in 1989 with his eponymous clothing line, Oldham revolutionized the look of the decade with his exhaustively detailed, impeccably constructed technicolor garments that could be spotted across a crowded room.
This signature aesthetic was, of course, the basis of their appeal among the fashion-conscious crowd.
His first job was in the alterations department at the Polo Ralph Lauren.
He borrowed from his parents, bought 41 yards of white cotton jersey, dyed it and put together a tiny collection that he sold to Neiman Marcus.
Head over to Fishs Eddy this Thursday, December 7th at pm to get your gifts “professionally” wrapped by Amy Sedaris and Todd Oldham! Where: Fishs Eddy, 889 Broadway at 19th Street “Oldham’s line (not just clothes and books, but games and activities) “breaks down the functionality of things. We already have enough digital exposures but not enough analog ones, so we have tipped all our stuff into analog experiences.” D Magazine has published an article about our KMM Clothing Dallas Dress, which is available exclusively at Forty Five Ten in Dallas. Forty Five Ten Main Street Forty Five Ten Mc Kinney Ave is featured in New York Magazine (Published September 4, 2017).