Luxe Lanyard, Equality

Sale price$9.95
5.0
Bundle: Single
In stock, ready to ship

Authentic Indigenous artwork by First Nations artist Glenda McCulloch. Learn more →

PRODUCT DETAILS

Show off your style and stay organised with this practical, and convenient lanyard. It's the fashionable way to keep your valuables, keys, or ID close at hand and a great way to make a statement and start a conversation.

Specifications

  • Durable construction
  • Safety breakaway on the top
  • Premium plated steel lobster claw clasp
  • Digitally printed design
  • Comfortable microfibre fabric
  • Vegan leather detail
  • Embossed logo
  • Dimensions: 480 x 20mm

Fabric & Care

Do not machine wash. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Do not iron. Clean with moist cloth only. Mild soap can be used moderately. Dry the clasp with a clean cloth. Allow it to completely air dry away from heat sources, open flame, and direct sunlight.

Thickness Fabric thickness percentage

Lightweight
Heavyweight


Softness Softness scale percentage
Rough
Super Soft


Durability Percentage
Fragile
Durable

Sustainability 🍃

Environmentally Responsible
This item is printed with high-quality carcinogen-free pigment inks. No cancer-causing chemicals and undesirable surfactants.

Sustainable Production
Life Apparel's vetted local and international production partners produce limited quantities of each model, ensuring exclusivity and preventing overproduction.

Eco-Friendly Packaging
No plastic! Our products come in kerbside-recyclable or home compostable mailers, with deliveries through Australia Post supporting carbon-offset projects that reduce emissions.

Fast delivery

Free shipping over $200 Australia-wide. For same day dispatch, order before midday AEST. Learn more →

Easy Returns

Doesn't fit? Send it back within a fortnight for free* for store credits. T&C apply. Learn more →

You Matter!

With every online purchase you make,
the artists get paid too. Learn more →

The Artwork

We rely on our Elders to guide and support us in the fight for equality.

Equality

Created by First Nations artist Glenda McCulloch, a Kalkadoon woman from Kalkatungu country.

"We paint our traditional homelands (Kalkatungu country) heavily focusing on the landscape because it is very special to us. We draw inspiration from these connections and vivid memories. We use traditional shapes and symbols and an unrestricted palette to create a modern interpretation of our traditional culture.

This artwork depicts a journey line and human walking tracks. These tracks represent the journey through life as young people. The figures in the centre of the artwork represent children gathered together. We are surrounded by the elders in our community. We rely on them to guide and support us in the fight for equality."

 

Customer Reviews

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JThomo
Happy with my choice

Very pretty, great authentic design and well made. Am happy with my purchase. Delivered quickly.

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K.W.
Such beautiful artwork!

I’m in love! Thankyou!

We love hearing this, Kasey! <3 Wear with pride :)

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Anonymous
Great quality, beautiful design, very durable!

I bought 3 lanyards from here and each design is so beautiful. I love that it also came with a tag that explains what the art represents. I couldn't be happier.

Thank you for the great review, Pamela. So pleased that you love your lanyards and the extra details we provide with them. :)

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Authenticity

Life Apparel is a proud, long-time member of the Indigenous Art Code, a system to preserve and promote ethical behaviour in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island art.

Today, and every day – we exist as a messenger and vessel for First Nations Artists. Built on diversity and inclusion, collectively we strive to amplify Indigenous voices, accelerate social change and start important conversations through fashion. As an Australian-owned boutiqe label and proud allies, Life Apparel nurtures supportive, empowering and inclusive environments for everyone.

Cultivating an environment where all voices matter, and where our differences are celebrated and part of who we are.

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