- Words Isabelle Cassidy
Reliably providing the fun and funky garms, Lazy Oaf's other-wordly summer collection will get you ready to dance in a field.
London-based irreverent streetwear brand Lazy Oaf are never afraid of bold colours or out-there prints. Embracing this aesthetic into a ‘new dimension’, their latest collection is an exploration of alien existence, perfect for those who want to lean in to standing out.
Full of acid tones and featuring supernatural motifs, with their ‘Out of This World’ apparel, the brand wants to transport you to a reality where ‘you’ve just landed on earth and you stumble into a town infested with human beans wearing their earth’s tones and sipping their muddy energy juice from small paper cups.’ Sounds just like the Sunday of a festival to me.
Dropping in two parts, the first of which is available now, the 44-piece collection includes plenty of co-ords, tie-dye, and psychedelic prints to brighten your mood even in unpredictable British weather. Personal favourites include the Mix n Match knitted set and the collection’s selection of clashing patterns.
If you’ve spotted some items you can’t wait to cop, you’ll only have to wait till the 7th of April for the second set. Illustrators Funeral French and Bone Jelly had a hand in the design, with French’s emo skeleton and ghoul prints appearing on multiple pieces including a tracksuit, jumpsuit and a shirt. Bone’s comic styled Rat Snacks print continues to reference the alien themes.
The range will be available to purchase online exclusively at www.lazyoaf.com, and in both Lazy Oaf London stores from the 22nd March.