Lazy Oaf Takes Us Back to 2001 With Nostalgic Collection
A nod to the year the brand was found.
“2001 has a special place in our hearts as it is the year I started Lazy Oaf, hand-printing T-shirts and selling my pieces on a market stall. Twenty years later, Lazy Oaf is still here despite so many fails, floods and fires,” Lazy Oaf’s founder and director Gemma Shiel shared in a press release. “We are planning a calendar of special projects across the year including this collection, which is a love letter to 2001, back to where it all began. The range is a nod to the fashions and original inspirations that fed back into why I started Lazy Oaf in the first place.”
Comprised of 14 styles, the pieces are dressed in digital patterns inspired by Gameboy’s iconic graphics. Garments like socks, a roll-neck jumper, preppy mini skirt, wide-legged trousers, checkerboard vest and tights are dominated by hues of toxic waste green and purple grungy dripping Lazy prints. You can complete your look with the small orange furry handbag where you can store your everyday essentials.
Lazy Oaf’s “2001” collection ranges from £10 to £125 GBP (approximately $14 to $176 USD) and will be available online and at Lazy Oaf’s physical stores on May 27.
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