Lazy Oaf x Laurie Vincent & Daisy Parris Unisex Trousers

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$30.00

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Weight 100.00 kg
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24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38

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100% of the profitS made from thiS TOP will be donated directly to Mind, a Social moveMent who are working to reduce stigma and discrimination by changing the way we All think and act about Mental health problems.

  • Relaxed fit Unisex Trousers
  • All over print designed by Laurie Vincent and Daisy Parris
  • Branded debossed buttons
  • Back patch pockets
  • Recyclable packaging
  • Made in China
  • Recycled woven labels
  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine washable
  • Available in Sizes 24 – 38
  • JaCob wears 32 he is 6’1″
  • Grace wears Size W26 she is 5’8”

Laurie Vincent is a Kent based artist and musician, one half of the band Slaves and one half of New band LARRY PinK THE HUMAN. Daisy Parris is a London based artist who paints colourful, textured oil paintings. The two met at college and a few years later Started collaborating while sharing a studio. Their work is bold, expressive and uses powerful cultural references and links to inner thoughts.

@mrlarrypink @daisyparris

“This project is for a great cause and also it is a dream come true to collaborate with one of our all-time favourite brands. The design is based on a painting we did back in 2018 called ‘Yesterday, Tomorrow but Never Today’. We are big dreamers and think about the past, future and our place in the world a lot. It’s difficult to stay present in such a fast paced, brutal world. Often, we work with simplified motifs, shapes, colours and compositions as a way of Starting conversations about more complex things”