Riddle us this: what were you doing in the year 2001? If it involved souping up the removable covers on your brick Nokia 3310, poring over a well-loved copy of Smash Hits, managing the delicate balancing act of butterfly clips on your barnet, and admiring the sheer mechanical feat of your lava lamp in your postered-up bedroom – well, Lazy Oaf have just dropped a collection that is right up your street.
Straight from the minds of our favourite kitsch masters comes the 14-piece drop designed to instantly transport you back a couple of decades to when technology was primitive and fashion was unapologetically weird. Missing the days when you would literally play Pokémon Blue for 8 hours b2b? The collection features jersey staples with digital prints nodding to iconic gameboy graphics. Elsewhere, expect toxic waste lime and purple grungy dripping prints across the likes of socks, jumpers, blankets and even a mini kilt. And for the preppy trend currently doing the rounds all over your IG feed, Clueless-esque checkerboard – everywhere in the softest pastels, on wide legged trousers, knit vests and opaque tights. And because texture is everything (and because, well, British weather), don’t miss the fleece co-ord and must-have orange furry tote.