Odd Molly receives new awards

PRESS RELEASE Stockholm, November 22, 2010   Since our start in 2002, Odd Molly has proudly received a number of awards and honors for creative content and business development. One of our big milestones was “Guldknappen” (The Golden Button), presented by the magazine Damernas Värld two years ago. This fall the awards have continued.

Order value for spring/summer 2011 amounts to SEK 165 million

PRESS RELEASE Stockholm, 8 October 2010 Odd Molly’s recently concluded sales period for its spring and summer 2011 collections generated an order value of approximately 165 million, or about 9 percent lower than the approximately SEK 180 million for the corresponding collections last year. The first half-year 2011 will include a delivery in June, unlike this year. Exchange rates have adversely affected the order value when translated to Swedish kronor.

Odd Molly approved for listing on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm

PRESS RELEASE Stockholm, June 10, 2010 NASDAQ OMX Stockholm’s Listing Committee has approved Odd Molly International AB (publ) for a listing on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm’s Small Cap list, where the first day for trading in the share will be June 21, 2010.

Order value for fall/winter 2010 increases 11 percent

PRESS RELEASE Stockholm, Sweden, 13 April 2010 Odd Molly’s orders for the fall and winter 2010 collections continued to show stable growth compared with the same period of 2009. Orders placed for fall/winter 2010 amount to about SEK 175 million, an increase of around 11 percent compared with order value of SEK 158 million for the same collections in 2009.

Odd Molly’s new menswear launch: post fire dew

PRESS RELEASE Stockholm, 21 January 2010 Post fire dew is the name of a new Swedish fashion brand. Odd Molly’s Creative Director, Per Holknekt, together with the chief men’s designer, Ylva Liljefors, have created a men’s collection that will be reach retailers in the fall of 2010. From the start, the brand will be launched internationally through sales agents in Sweden, Norway, Germany, Belgium, England, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. The collection includes around 60 pieces with a focus on jackets and tops.