Lazy Oaf 2014 Spring/Summer "Nothing Special" Collection

Colorful, cartoon-focused and always a little weird, U.K. label Lazy Oaf is back for Spring/Summer

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Colorful, cartoon-focused and always a little weird, U.K. label Lazy Oaf is back for Spring/Summer 2014 with its “Nothing Special” collection. Despite its title, however, designer Gemma Shiel’s latest range is one of the brand’s stronger offerings to date and features a variety of boldly-patterned pants, woven shirts, sweatshirts and outerwear. Standout pieces include the waterproof Digital Rain Mac Jacket, polka dot trousers, a worm motif button-down and our favorite — a short-sleeved, all-over pizza print shirt that’s perfect for warmer weather. Lazy Oaf’s Spring/Summer 2014 “Nothing Special” collection is available now at the HYPEBEAST Store.

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