Is what it's called. As many know I'm into the whole world of art and how it manifests from one community to another. I'm especially supportive of those art movements that takes place here in Hawaii, and my whole goal (amongst many) is to really put our local talent on the worldly grid. MAMo, as many of us know here in the 808, as an organization the promotes Native Hawaiian arts done by Native Hawaiian people. Pieces range from paintings, to implements, and even tattoos.
A week from today, MAMo will be having a wearable art show at the Hawaii Theatre (the theatre is a piece of architectural beauty in itself.) The fashion show will feature Native Hawaiian fashion designers who will be featuring their clothing line, all inspired from Hawaii's culturally-rich foundations. Below are some pics of last year's fashions from just a few of the designers that showcased their work. If you're around town you gotta check it out, for tickets, feel free to order tickets at http://hawaiitheatre.com.