This Streetwear Brand Is Inspired By '90s Rave And Acid House
Baggy is back.
Acid house and rave’s unexpected propulsion into the halls of high fashion continues with UK label Lazy Oaf’s new Fall 2017 menswear collection. The collection emphasises the patterned, loose-fitting and logo-heavy aspects of ’90s rave clothing, plus the iconic poster designs that were the public face of the movement’s optimism and futurism. It’s the perfect gear for anyone who wants to look sharp while cutting serious shapes on the dance floor.
Lazy Oaf’s fascination with ’90s acid house is the latest in a number of high-profile flirtations between fashion and club culture. Recently, Berlin label GmbH brought a distinctly subcultural edge to Paris Fashion Week with its techno club glamour. You can check out images of Lazy Oaf’s new collection below. Head to its website for the launch of the collection here.
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