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.
Oldham is also actively involved in book publishing.
He has produced a number of books on various aspects of style for Ammo Books as part of the Place Space series.
His father was a computer programmer and the family moved around due to his father’s job, including a four-year stint in Iran when Oldham was 12.