Lazy Oaf and Nasty Gal have teamed up to remind us that the ’90s weren’t all about grunge and that fluorescent florals and dizzying prints had their moment beyond your Lisa Frank stationary.
The collection, which was inspired by candy packaging and sticker albums (one of our personal childhood favorites), features Lazy Oafs’ tongue-in-cheek cartoons on skin-baring Nasty Gal staples— cut-out dresses, crop tops, onesies, and beyond. In other words, the designs are far more flirtatious than those acid-wash overalls and jelly sandals you rocked in the ’90s.
If you’re ready to infuse your summer wardrobe with some eye-catching pieces, the collab hits Nastygal.com on May 28. If you can’t wait until then, watch the campaign video below, which features some cheeky models getting wild inside a technicolor bowling alley.
If these looks scream your name, don’t miss Rihanna’s River Island collection, which boasts some equally out-there pieces.