A single kī leaf is taken when we go holoholo. In ritual, the lau kī is always present. It is the staff, protective and distributing the energy. Hoʻolaukī literally means using the leaf.
A favorite place to gather for surf and fishing, this park used to be the home site of the Malo ‘ohana. Beautiful pūhala trees frame Honokea fish pond! When in bloom, the air is fragrant with the subtle, velvet sweetness. Pua Ka Hīnano is said when taking in this scent!
We designed this dress for the summer days in Hilo, keeping our wahine cool. All cotton, knee length, and easy to wear. The heat’s on: get comfortable!
100% Cotton Studio model is 5'6" and wearing size S.