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Lawai'a Upcycled Jacket
  • Lawai'a Upcycled Jacket

    • Size medium
    • One-of-a-kind
    • Jacket and fabric are sourced second hand because sustʻāinability matters
    • Features an undated photo of a kāne and an ʻupena (net). Hawaiians made a large variety of fishing nets and net-making itself was a true art. The size and shape of a net depended on the type of fishing it would be used for.
    • Photo sourced from Digital Archives of Hawai'i
    • 'Ōlelo no'eau reads ʻAʻohe wāwae o ka iʻa; ʻo ʻoe ka mea wāwae, kiʻi mai - Fish have no feet; you who have feet must come and get it

    • Sourced from 'Ōlelo No'eau Hawaiian Proverbs & Poetical Sayings by Mary Kawena Pukui

    • Care Instructions

      To ensure longevity and maintain the integrity of the artwork turn the jacket inside out, button closed, and wash with cold water on gentle cycle. Wash only as needed.

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