Australia-based brand Lack of Color has just debuted its very first tweed collection, comprised of eight new hats. Expertly made with re-dyed deadstock, the newest line of accessories reimagines wasted and excess fabric into timeless headwear.
Each hat within the collection is made from a combination of cotton and GOTS wool, as well as recycled yarn and FCS viscose, which is produced from sustainably managed plantations. Demonstrating its care for the earth, Lack of Color used a minimal amount of water to create its range of tweed hats, and where possible, recycled water.
Designed for spontaneous summer adventures and spur of the moment outings, the collection includes four bucket hats, arriving in green, beige, purple and peach. The melange of head accessories also features three caps in classic shades, such as black, blue and white, as well as the new yellow beret. Reminiscent of models’ off-duty style in the 90’s, each hat effortlessly channels an infectious and undoubtedly cosmopolitan spirit.
Take a look at Lack of Color’s first-ever tweed collection in the gallery above and head to the brand’s website to purchase your own.