The Lā Kū‘oko‘a garment design incorporates four special elements. The black Kuokoa heading is taken directly from the Hawaiian language newspaper Ka Nupepa Kuokoa heading. In the foreground is a picture of Timoteo Ha‘alilio, the Hawaiian diplomat chosen by King Kauikeaouli to journey to other countries, to secure treaties to establish Hawai‘i as an independent nation. The background features the Hawaiian flag and sections of a Mo‘olelo Nūpepa or a Hawaiian language newspaper article. The article outlines the events that lead up to the first independence day, the individuals who were vital in securing Hawai‘i’s independence, and why Hawaiians should know, remember and celebrate Lā Kū‘oko‘a.
A fitted crop top to pair with skirts, jeans, and much more. Made of 100% cotton, this crop top has a soft hand feel and light texture.
• 100% 30/1 combed cotton
• Form fitting
• Made in the USA
• Two colors: black and white
• Bottom hem has an unfinished, raw edge
|Shirt width (chest) (inches)||15 ½||16 ½||17 ½||18 ½|
|Shirt length (inches)||16 ½||17||17 ¾||18 ½|