Whēku are generally found at the gable of a wharenui, and are carved representations of a human face.
The whēku was designed in the Arawa style, by Tukiri Tini (Te Arawa, Tainui and Waikato), and is a symbolic representation of the wearers’ tūpuna.
The Whēku print is a limited edition by
Arabykamaia. (Kamaia Takuira-Mita).
The Whēku leggings are made from surplus fabrics from scraps during the manufacturing of our t-shirts. They are super comfy and only available in limited sizes due to the nature of this waste recovery initiative.