Australian Hat Brand Lack of Color Reveals New Summer Collection
Featuring 18 different styles perfect for completing your summer fits.
Lack of Color, an Australia-based hat brand founded by Tess Corvaia and Robert Tilbury in 2011, has made it its goal to provide customers with high quality and affordable fashion accessories for everyday use. Most recently, the brand has released its latest unisex collection.
Comprised of 18 pieces, the range arrives with designs and colorways perfect for your fits this summer. Standouts styles include the Rancher in “Grey” and “Dusty Purple,” which features a stiffened wool fedora with a rigid crown design, as well as a tonal grosgrain ribbon on the rim. Elsewhere, the straw Noir Inca Bucket is ideal for wearing during the day and night, while the terry bucket silhouettes add a touch of classiness to your overall look. As part of the brand’s sustainability efforts, all straw and palm materials are sustainably grown, replenished and regrown for future use, while the wool is 100 percent Australian wool.
Take a closer look at the campaign imagery above. You can now shop all 18 hats via Lack of Color’s web store.