If LATFH were a fashion company, it'd be Frank & Oak


Almost everybody is familiar with Look at This Fucking Hipster, the blog and tumblr (and, now, book) documenting the exuberant brand of aggressively bewildering outfits, tattoos, and facial hair that adorn a generation whose form of rebellion seems to be to dare you to punch them in the face. While it's been out there for a while (since 2012, we've learned), the Canadian online men's apparel company Frank & Oak seems to target these ironic ones with a catalog featuring clothes for men that capitalize on that same aggressively bewildering look that says, "Hey, I might have a trust fund and endless leisure time, but that doesn't mean I need to learn to dress myself or even learn to shave. Now look at my feet some more."
Here are a few "looks" we found that made us laugh the hardest.

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