A lazy boy in his 30s has been the subject of a fashion trend that has been sweeping the country in recent months.
The fashion trend is a form of post-modernism where the object of the aesthetic is typically older men, often in their 40s and 50s.
Its been popular since the late 1960s, and the trend is now widespread in the United States, Britain and Canada.
The name for the style is a reference to the term ‘Laziness Boy,’ which was coined in the late 1970s by the British artist Andy Warhol, according to The New York Times.
“The librarian, the bookseller, the shop owner, the mechanic, the gardener — these are all the people you might expect to be librarians and shop owners, and to be interested in this kind of subject matter,” Mr. Warhol said in a 1989 interview with The Times.
“This is something we have a real interest in and are trying to make popular.”
The Lazy Boy trend has been gaining popularity across the United Kingdom, Canada and the United State in recent years, according the fashion website Styleista.
It has been a hit in America, with a number of high-profile fashion brands including Prada, Gucci, J.
Crew, Calvin Klein and Forever 21 all embracing the trend.
A spokesperson for Prada told the Huffington Post that the label is “not in the business of promoting or promoting products, or anything like that.”
Gucci tweeted a picture of the boy in September of this year, captioned “Weird boy, in his 50s,” with the words “Lazy boy in NYC.”
The New York Post also wrote about the boy, with the caption “Liz is an American, not a Lazy boy.
It’s weird to be obsessed with this guy.”
The fashion style is also trending in the U.K. and the U,S.
The style trend started in the UK, with blogs like The Lazy Girl and Lazy Lady posting pictures of the man in his late 30s or 40s, which they have dubbed “The Lazer Boy.”
Lazer Boy has been shared thousands of times on Instagram and Twitter, with thousands of comments on the posts.