Our word for womenswear. Aho is the weft thread used for the making of kākahu . Nuku is the short form of Papatuanuku, Earth mother
Our name for menswear. Aho is the weft thread used in the making of kākahu. Rangi is short for Ranginui, sky father.
Aho Riki is our name for Childrens wear. Aho is the west thread of Kākahu. Riki is short for Ririki or Tamariki being the Māori word for small or children .
Here (hair-rear) isTo tie up, fasten with cords or to bind. We use this word for Hair ties and scrunches and use it as a play on words Here Ties
Reflections of the relationship of death to Matariki, Pohutukawa and Te waka-a-Rangi
A tribute to our original fashion designers
Peke Huia is part of the Huia Collection and are bags made by either myself or Tyla.
Merino and cotton knit reverse appliqué collection
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