Giddy Up With Lack of Color's Limited Edition "Cowboy" Collection
Featuring nine new handmade styles.
Australian cult-loved hat brand Lack of Color has just announced the release of a new capsule collection that makes our cowboy dreams come true. Featuring nine new handmade styles influenced by the classic Westerns of the ’50s, the range encompasses styles and materials that make the accessory perfect for both city fun and sunset adventures. Putting craftsmanship and local talent at the forefront of its designs, each piece is unique in its own way.
Reinventing the classic cowboy look, “The Oasis,” “The Baja Sunlight” and “Desert Rose” hats feature hemp material and intricate detailing expertly handwoven by artisans. “The Outlaw,” available in black and tan colorways, is handmade in Ecuador using 100% Toquilla straw. For warm days and cool nights, “The Sandy Cord,” made from cotton and corduroy, is the perfect choice. Not to be forgotten, “The Ridge” and “Tweed Cowboy” offer timeless but modern hues made from sustainable Australian yarn and European tweed.