Our Tan Brown design is inspired by the Whenua (land) and Papatuanuku, the Earth Mother in Māori tradition. Trees, birds, and human life are all said to be born from Papatūānuku and nourished by the land. Our design features black, greens to natural browns with a striped beige coque feather, finished with a touch of white and a 2in tan patiki taniko band. Our kākahu are crafted with aesthetic beauty and heirloom-level quality, and have been featured in publications such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Tatler, and Glamour Magazine. They are designed by wahine (female) Māori, and made by a whanau (family) enterprise in New Zealand, adhering to tikanga (cultural customs) and kaumatua (elder) guidance.