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  • DSHI-1032

    Midnight Kaniakapūpū Lehua Mamo Cover-Up

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    • This Midnight KANIAKAPŪPŪ Lehua Mamo Cover-Up from David Shepard Hawaii is available at Pop-Up Mākeke. It is a mid-length cover-up that features a limited quantity print. It includes hand-drawn fabric print illustrations and is designed, cut, and sewn in Hawaii on imported fabric.

      It is made with draping 100% Tencel which is a sustainably made eucalyptus-based fabric. Tencel is a fiber that is intended as a silk substitute that is derived from wood pulp. It is a natural fabric in the same family as Modal that is more breathable and soft than cotton. It is a luxury eco-fabric that is made in a closed-loop cycle from sustainably grown eucalyptus. There is no plastic, polyester, or cotton used here. It is, instead, an all-natural sustainable wood pulp fiber with a luxurious silky texture.

      This cover-up is extremely versatile. You can use it as a beach cover-up, wrap-around skirt, scarf, shawl, or anything you can think of. It will add a pop of color to any wardrobe and is sure to impress. You can also gift this beautiful cover-up to a friend or family member in your life who is a fashionista. It is comfortable, stylish, and perfect for any occasion!

      Features: 

      • Material: 100% Tencel
      • Note: The model is wearing a size small.
    • Machine washable and dry on a gentle setting.
    • Kaniakapūpū means “the singing of the land shells” in Hawaiian. Featured in this print are kāhuli snails, ’ōhi’a lehua bursting into flower, and nectar-feeding i’iwi birds. This print has layers of meaning, or ‘kauna’: The songs of the snails bring Hawai’i into being.

      Kaniakapūpū is the name of the summer palace of Kamehameha III, who said in 1843, ‘ua mau ke ea o ka ’aina i ka pono’ or ‘the life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.’ The Hawai’i state motto to this day.