Day is coming up on Saturday 12th of May and we’ve got you covered with
cool gift ideas for your student budget. And if you’re a tightarse but
still wanna show Māmā some love, most of these places have our trusty
mate Laybuy! Nothing beats quality time though. So if you’re able to, go
and spend some time with those special ladies in your life.
develops fashion and lifestyle products that weave whakapapa, Māori
culture and identity. The Aho Pepi Muslin wraps are TO. DIE. FOR
and are sure to burst your ovaries. The Aho Kāinga printed linen range
is perfect for all the creative Seamstress Māmā out there. Check out
their online shop.
and operated by UoW student Nikki Kennedy, Taputapu’s mission is to
normalise, preserve and teach Te Reo Māori through design. The addition
of Taputapu’s homeware instantly transforms any home! AND if you wanna
make sure Māmā’s got that hot bread and pihikete on your next trip home,
the Parāoa tin set is the perfect hint! Have a titiro at Nikki’s other
Te Kiri incorporates Māori symbols and stories into the designs of her
jewellery and clothing. Her jewellery range includes unique contemporary
resin, wood, perspex and mixed media pieces bound to dolly up Māmā
every time she puts them on. Find NZ stockists or purchase on their
selection of Hana’s favourite quotes from her book Self-Awareness
Doesn’t Begin With Self made into quote cards for decorative,
inspirational purposes. You can purchase single quote cards or a 5 pack
of cards. The cards are a5 sized and can be framed or whatever - up to
you. You can find all quote cards and Hana’s book on their website.
fashion design and Indigenous Māori print, we are blessed with Adrienne
Whitewood kākāhu and her store Ahu Boutique. Tees, jumpers, dresses,
hats, rompers and jumpsuits, all in Māori designs; these pieces are
honestly priceless! A bit more on the expenny side but hei aha - if you
want to be the fave child you gotta do what you gotta do! Find the whole
range online and just try to resist buying anything!