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With a new season fully underway, you might be on the lookout for some key pieces to update your seasonal look. Well, take a peek at the three new April drops we’re super hyped about below. There’s a collab from Lacoste and Opening Ceremony, some new workwear-inspired styles from M.C. Overalls, and a brand-new collection from our very own ASOS MADE IN KENYA range.
A picture of two T-shirts from the Lacoste X Opening Ceremony collaboration. Available at ASOS.

Lacoste X Opening Ceremony

What a dream team. Iconic sports brand Lacoste have teamed up with cult favourite Opening Ceremony. They're known for stocking the coolest emerging designers and their own homegrown range of great garms. The capsule collection includes classic Lacoste polos in updated colourways, plus Opening Ceremony logo tees complete with animal-print details and striped finishes. Basically, all your faves.
A picture of a printed shirt from the Made In Kenya range. Available at ASOS.


ASOS MADE IN KENYA is back with more sweet threads created in collaboration with our partner SOKO Kenya, who provide healthcare and support for local communities in Kenya (of course). With summer styles fully at the forefront, you can take your pick from comfy hoodie and jogger co-ords, corduroy shirts, relaxed trews, bold printed shirts and tees, complete with low-key embroidered details. Everything you need to build your own spring/summer look and feel good doing it.
A picture of two boilersuits from M.C. Overalls. Available at ASOS.

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M.C. Overalls

With bold styles and colours (neon and animal print, we’re looking at you), ruling menswear this season, you might want to channel a more low-key, stripped-back vibe. M.C. Overalls are a new brand to drop on ASOS specialising in utility-style threads, in colourways more suited to summer than a cold beer in a sun-drenched pub garden. Think co-ord styles in pale pinks, washed-out yellows and icy blues across jackets, trousers, shorts and even boiler suits. That’s your outfit done in one, then.