You have one week to save your pennies.

Words by

Giulia Brugliera

Lazy Oaf has announced it is bringing its cartoon graphics and tongue-in-cheek ’tude Down Under.

The London label is setting up shop in Sydney from next Thursday, with a pop-up stocking their latest and greatest. 

Said to be welcoming us all with ‘warm, open arms’ (cute), the label will line its shelves with a host of much-endeared collections including Summer ’14 SPACE ODDITY (Men’s & Women’s), Summer ’14 GARFIELD (Men’s & Women’s), Spring ’14 HELL NO JALAPEÑO (Women’s), Spring ’14 NOTHING SPECIAL (Men’s) and the upcoming XMAS Accessories Line.

The store will be open for a measly three weeks, which means you won’t have long to douse yourself in the graphic London streetwear and pretend like you’re Lily Allen/Charlie XCX/Odd Future.

Thursday November 27 – Saturday December 13
17 Oxford St, Paddington (former ASSIN store) – enter via Verona St

Monday : 10am – 6pm
Tuesday: 10am – 6pm
Wednesday: 10am – 6pm
Thursday: 10am – 9pm
Friday: 10am – 7pm
Saturday: 10am – 4pm
Sunday: 10am – 4pm


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