Lazy Oaf Presents "It's OK to not be OK," a Mental Health Awareness Capsule

Featuring the work of global artists.

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Lazy Oaf has unveiled its newest capsule collection created to shed light on the UK’s Mental Health Awareness Week. The seven-piece range, is launching in support of Time To Change, a mental health anti-stigma campaign.

Titled “It’s OK to not be OK,” the limited-edition unisex capsule is designed by five global artists and illustrators. The creatives include Joey Yu, Tara Booth and David Mendez Alonso. The collection is made up of three T-shirts, a long sleeved jersey, patterned-collared shirt, pair of graphic-heavy pants and a tote bag.

Lazy’s Oaf’s latest capsule collection will be available on May 13 at the brand’s web store. 100-percent of proceeds from this collection will be donated to Time To Change. Check out the pieces in the gallery above.

While you’re here, take a look at how each of our editors handles stress in their daily lives.

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