Lazoschmidl SS19 Is A Whimsical Dream

Lazoschmidl SS19 Is A Whimsical Dream

The Swedish-German brand's new collection was inspired by 60s pop art and bohemian novelists.

The Swedish-German brand's new collection was inspired by 60s pop art and bohemian novelists.

Text: Lilly Pace

Swedish-German brand Lazoschmidl showcased their new whimsical collection yesterday at Stockholm Fashion Week, where sheer fabrics, sequins, and bold patterns dominated the runway. The flamboyant, abstract pieces, inspired by personal childhood memories, Roald Dahl, and 60s pop art, were paired with childlike accessories like paper hats and corsets with teddy bear faces.

Founded by Josef Lazo and Andreas Schmidl, the company known for their made-to-order garments has only recently begun mass producing their colorful clothing. Between their recent partnership with Opening Ceremony and new "Playdate" collection, it's clear that the breakout brand isn't slowing down on their successful path of challenging gender stereotypes and pushing social boundaries anytime soon.

From black sequined rompers to white sheer pants to leopard print shirts, Josef Lazo and Andreas Schmidl effortlessly reimagined styles associated with womenswear for their standout Spring menswear collection.

Click through below for 9 of Lazoschmidl's best SS19 runway looks.

Credits: Images Via Vogue

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