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A portion of proceeds from this purchase will go to Kupu Hawai’i, a Honolulu-based nonprofit which supports hundreds of green internships and service-learning opportunities across Hawai’i.
Kupu means “to sprout” or “to grow” in Hawaiian. The kupukupu fern teaches growth, resilience and renewal in the face of great change.
Women's Aloha Wear Palazzo Pants with pockets. Limited quantity print. Hand-drawn fabric print illustrations. Designed, cut, and sewn and Made in Hawai‘i on imported fabric.
Made with draping 100% Tencel, a sustainably made eucalyptus-based fabric. Tencel is a fiber that is intended as a silk substitute 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, made in a closed loop cycle from sustainably grown eucalyptus. No plastic, polyester, or cotton is used here; instead, enjoy this all-natural sustainable wood pulp fiber with a luxurious silky texture. Machine wash your modern Hawaiian clothing and dry on a gentle setting.
Kupu means “to sprout” or “to grow” in Hawaiian. The kupukupu fern teaches growth, resilience, and renewal in the face of great change.
“The kupukupu fern is one of the first plants to bring life back to the land after a lava flow. Our goal is for Kupu and its programs to restore life to the land, ocean, communities, and to the individuals we serve,” says John Leong CEO of PONO PACIFIC & KUPU HAWAI’I.
KUPU HAWAI’I, a Honolulu-based non-profit, affirms the Hawaiian notion of “ma ka hana ka ’ike” or “in working one learns.” This approach has led to the creation of hundreds of green internships and service-learning opportunities to support more than 100 partner sites across Hawai’i and the Pacific region. A portion of proceeds from this purchase will go to KUPU HAWAI’I,
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