London-based fashion label Lazy Oaf works in collaboration with the talented artist Sailey, also known as Sam Bailey, in designing a capsule collection. The range draws inspiration from old-school Japanese convenience stores, specifically the 80s. The collaboration takes on a fictional concept of an 'inconvenience' store named 'Lucky 24' opening in time for summer. It is inconvenient because it ensures poor quality and the concept store is only possibly open. The playful collection is comprised of six pieces in total, packed with workwear influences and uniform pieces as well.
The capsule sees short sleeve shirts, long sleeve shirts, work pants, and bags. A highlighting piece in the capsule is the pastel blue shirt with half-zip details and inconvenience store's hours and information. The Lazy Oaf and Sailey collection are now available for purchase online and in-store at Urban Outfitters.
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