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Lazy Oaf's New Line: G.E.M.
by Sun Bak We've been longtime devotees of Lazy Oaf, the fun London-based label that truly lets you wear your (even most curmudgeonly) feelings on your sleeves. Founder Gemma Shiel launches new pet project G.E.M. today, and the statement pieces...
Don't Hug Me I'm Scared + Lazy Oaf
Yellow Guy, Red Guy and Duck Guy: the adorable, innocuous-looking puppets of the darkly humorous original series "Don't Hug Me I'm Scared" have become YouTube stars by taking viewers on unexpected "educational" journeys that go awry—involving bloody...
Holiday Gift Guide 2015: The Lovable Curmudgeon
The holiday season is all about good will and cheer and festivities, but for some, it's just a pain. Why not celebrate the cranky character in your life by buying them a lovably sarcastic present this year? From a sweater emblazoned with "Go Away...
Go Away Sweater
Fly the flag for lovable curmudgeons everywhere with this "Go Away" sweater from British label Lazy Oaf. The grey marl crewneck (made from 100% cotton) features a chenille-embroidered flag and a very clear message. While it's part of the brand's men...
For those avoiding the "Sexy Potato" costumes or fake blood but still want to get into the Halloween spirit, Lazy Oaf's Casper collection is full of sweet yet spooky options. Our pick is the fluffy, powder pink sweater—which features the adorable ghost...
4th of July Looks
Between the recent Supreme Court ruling to make same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states and the continued, indomitable notion that with persistence anything is achievable, there's plenty to be proud of in the USA. While it's not a country without...
2015 Pick Me Up Festival, London
This year’s edition of excellent London graphic design festival Pick Me Up had a slightly more commercial feel than last year’s, with a number of the upstairs studios and galleries offering multiple products beyond prints, and retailer Lazy Oaf showcasing...
A Fun Project by Lazy Oaf
Our pizza-loving friends over at Lazy Oaf continue to churn out fun apparel covered with dogs, eggs, ninja weapons and a good punch of humor every month. Their latest collaboration doesn't pair them with Garfield or Looney Tunes, but real human beings...
Best of CH 2014: Interviews
This year we spoke with an incredible pool of talented individuals, and narrowing it down to a select few feels a little unfair. While an almost equally interchangeable list of interviews would include Sharon Jones, Erik Spiekermann, Ingo Maurer, Iggy...
Lazy Oaf Cards
Nothing captures the sentiment of quirky young love, growing another year older or other special occasions quite like a giggle-inducing card from London's Lazy Oaf. Share your feelings with one of their myriad designs.
Interview: Gemma Shiel of Lazy Oaf
Don't be misled by the pink-haired, effervescent yet sensible Gemma Shiel. The creative mastermind behind the London-based label Lazy Oaf has a youthful energy that manifests in the saucy, playful apparel she and her team designs, but she's been...
This Season's Best Graphic Swimwear + Sunglasses
While the sunshine has been teasing the Northern Hemisphere for some time, real summertime weather is finally upon us. In celebration of all the beach adventures, poolside hangouts and river tubing to come, the CH team has hand-picked some of the most...
Lazy Oaf + Garfield Summer '14 Collection
Before Grumpy Cat became an internet sensation and a meme standard, Garfield (created by American cartoonist Jim Davis) starred in feature films, garnered multiple Emmys, broke a Guinness World Record for most widely syndicated comic strip and won...
Lazy Oaf's snazzy Block Socks offer feet a little respite from the doldrums of standard solid white. The graphic pattern is like a little secret, poking out at the ankles between your brogues and selvedge denim.
Last year as the weather warmed up, it seemed like NYC—if not much of the Northern Hemisphere—had tropical fever. The Hawaiian shirt was visible in a variety of styles and patterns, but almost always kept to a palm tree or flamingo print. This season...
Valentine's Day Cards
If you were snoozing when we launched our guide on ways to woo your Valentine this year, time is unfortunately no longer on your side. Sure, you still can easily scoop up an edible arrangement or a set of sexy lingerie on your way home from work...
Gifts for Your Valentine
Finding a suitable gift for your partner is not always easy, especially on what many might argue is a manufactured holiday—but it's still love we're celebrating, and there's nothing wrong with that. To get into the spirit—some of us with...
Eight Thank You Cards
Expressing appreciation for those who celebrated the season of giving makes a great way to begin the new year. We highlighted some of our favorite ways to say thanks here. From affectionate to witty, each card channels sincere sentiments of gratitude...
Lazy Oaf Pimp My Pumps
The result of an exhibit called "Pimp My Pump", Lazy Oaf's off-the-wall designer shoes are inventive one-offs all using the classic plimsol as a canvas. Definitely in the same vein as French artist Manu Angot and our own Seth Brau...
With nostalgic grade-school appeal, this cheeky Pencil Scarf from U.K.-based label Lazy Oaf is both in step with persistent surrealist trends in more haute fashion circles (like Marc Jacob's infamous deconstructed shoes last season) and with decidedly...