The results are eye-mazing.

Words by

Eliza Sholly

While we have been melting in this hot weather, two bright brands are keeping us cool.

Introducing the new collaboration between Australian queen Poppy Lissiman and British label Lazy Oaf. It's a pairing so good, we've decided to give them their own couple nickname: Lazy Lissiman. (Or Poppy Oaf, whatevs you prefer).

For those yet to be acquainted, Lazy Oaf is a London based fashion label that has been keeping it weird since 2001. Their collections are notoriously colourful and cartoon focused, and are designed to make you smile.

Poppy Lissiman is a Perth-based accessories designer that dons almost everything with eyes. Her designs are always colourful, always left of centre and appear on pretty much every street style blog ever.

This mutual love of colour and fun has been channelled into a line of shades that ooze ’70s retro vibes. The collection is a love child of the two brands, pairing pastel pinks and mint greens with outlandish patterns that demand to be seen. 

Added bonus, the collections are all ethically produced. What could be more eye-mazing than that? 


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