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Now amongst our clearance collections. After much thought, we've decided to retire these beautiful sarongs from our collection permanently. This means you can now, for one time only, find them on sale! While stocks last.
This scarf /sarong was designed in Aotearoa, New Zealand. The designs draw on Māori concepts of whakapapa (geneology), whānau (family) and connection.
Made from 100% organic cotton, we’ve created this piece to be large enough to become your go to accessory- a sarong or sun cover in the warmer months, a shawl or scarf in the cooler seasons. In their production, we work with a team in India who practice kaitiakitanga (stewardship), ensuring that the process is sustainable for both the whenua (lands and environments), and the people who grow and sew the materials.
The organic fabrics are grown and processed without the use of harmful chemicals and then printed with non-toxic inks. It is our priority to create pieces that are not only beautiful, practical and celebrate our unique identity in Aotearoa, but also embody our worldview as Kaitiaki of these lands.
Mō tātou, ā, mō kā uri ā muri ake nei. For us and our children after us.
100cm x 200cm
Easy Care: Machine wash in cold or warm water with environmentally friendly laundry detergent. Tumble dry on low or line dry. Do not use fabric softener or bleach
Beautiful design on the taonga, but I think a Rayon fabric would suit a pareu/ie lavalava better than the organic cotton as it’s more flexible and sturdy. Tenaa rawa atu kia koutouu.
a lovely xmas present - ngā mihi
Thank you for the beautiful taonga and especially the same day dispatch. I have always loved your baby wraps, and my last minute find that you also had sarongs was the perfect gifts to take to Hawaii in 3 days time. I purchased 8 and kept 2 for my daughter and I, mine I used almost every day. It is perfectly light and strong.
Thank you so much. I'm home now and will buy more for gifts when needed
Bought these as gifts for whānau overseas and back home. Beautiful fabric for sensitive skin.
Love the pattern the material is really nice and lite. ( I'm hoping to see more Maori pattern on different type of fabric like chiffon, poly/cotton).