MAMo Fashion: From the Canvas To The Runway

MAMo Fashion: From the Canvas To The Runway

Mai ke kapolena a i ke ala paikini, ʻo MAMo ka mahina e hāpai aku ai i ke ao hou o ka hana noʻeau Hawaiʻi. No kekahi hakulau lole ʻōpio, ʻo kona ʻano hakuhia o ka lole, ua ulu ia mai loko mai o ko kākou mōʻaukala Hawaiʻi, keu hoʻi ka mōʻaukala o ka hula.

From the canvas to the runway, MAMo is a month in Hawaiʻi dedicated to the modern expression of Native Hawaiian art. For one young designer in particular, his creativity in fashion is a transformation drawn from our rich history of hula.

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