"I love Hawaiian Culture...,"
but what does that mean?
We understand that whether you're Hawaiian by ancestry, from Hawaii, or visiting the islands, you want to connect to Hawaii's unique identity. We're here to help.
Na Lei O Hawaii
Our largest lei collection to date. Lei are an artistic, symbolic, and signifiant aspect of Hawaiian culture. This collection captures the love we have for making, giving, and receiving lei.
We Love Our Tees
"The tees are so soft and well made. They are perfect for the more curvy woman. The design was so well thought out and the words so meaningful. I gave one to a friend and within the next couple of hours she dropped by my house to tell me how much she loved hers. It was a great fit. Would love to see more colors and designs. Mahalo nui!" - Jamie
Ohia Lehua are endemic plants to Hawaii meaning they originate from Hawaii and nowhere else. They are a symbol of hope and versatility which represents the people of Hawaii around the world.
Help you connect personally with Hawaiian Culture
Meet the Artist
Through her social media content, art, and products, Emily States inspires others to connect with Hawaiian Language and Culture on a deeper level.
Emily is a mom of 3 and self-taught watercolor artist and surface designer. She and her husband focused on revitalizing the Hawaiian language in their family before branching out into Hawaiian plants and other practices.
Hawaii has a long history of false narratives and over commercialization. Emily is passionate about helping you to experience what is Hawaiian through a more authentic lens while providing opportunities to support local and preserve traditions.
"Your content is real. You share your ups and downs, good and bad days. I can totally relate. I love watching your process from start to finish. When you’re not feeling it and redo your pieces to perfection. You stick to your theme. Your native flowers. But not only do you paint them. You educate on them. It’s not like a random person saying ooh that’s pretty let’s sell it. Every flower has meaning and you share its use, which brings value to your art."
"[Emily's content] is helpful, with good vibes, to build community. I love that it is very educative on the Hawaiian culture and language. I learn how to respect it and honor it for what it is. It confronts me on my own mistakes and biases in a very tactful and genuine way which I appreciate."
What about Kaulumaika resonates with you? "Perpetuating Hawaiian language in a commerce and creative space, in addition to creating an environment that feels inclusive for all."
Feature endemic, indigenous, and Polynesian introduced Hawaiian plants and people. They tell stories of Hawaii and help you to look stylish, feel good, and perpetuate Hawaiian Culture.
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