Bucket Hat, Waratah
Bucket Hat, Waratah
Bucket Hat, Waratah

Bucket Hat, Waratah

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    by First Nations artist Karen Lee. Learn more →.
    The perfect bucket hat for those sun-soaked summer days. We love its effortless style channeling 90s vibes.

    Zero plastic. We pack your threads in recyclable acid-free tissue paper, use only plant-based home compostable mailers and send your parcel carbon neutral, at no extra cost. 

    We manufacture in limited quantities, no over-production and waste like large fashion brands. Learn more →

    Free shipping on domestic orders over $250.
    Shipping times kick in when your parcel has left our warehouse: for same day dispatch, place your order before 11am otherwise it'll be sent on the next business day (except pre-orders, backorders and custom orders).

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    Created by First Nations artist Karen Lee, a Wiradjuri woman.

    Karen is a contemporary artist whose work is influenced aesthetically by her local environment - the Blue Mountains and Nepean River in New South Wales and its surroundings.

    The bush berry/bush tucker symbol is used in traditional Aboriginal art to map where food sources can be found. Karen uses this symbol in its traditional sense, although in her modern take on the imagery she repeats the symbol and paints it as a pattern, filling the canvas with the elements as though looking down on them from above.
    She uses these elements to tell an underlying story of dispossession, the disconnection between culture and Aboriginal people, in a time where stories and traditions have been partially lost.

    Read more about Karen here →


    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.