Kamanuailehua One Piece Swimsuit

This print features a collab design with Kakou Collective. We are stoked to have a swim line that is eco-friendly and uses recycled materials. This one piece swimsuit is perfect for the little girls headed to the beach (or pool)!  

  • Quick dry
  • Zipper on back on suit
  • Printed on Repreve Recycled Polyester Fabric 
  • Digitally printed - swimsuit may have tiny print imperfections due to the nature of the printing process


About the Design:

This collab is a special one to myself and Kea. As part of this Kakoʻo collection, I will be donating proceeds from this item to the ʻŌhiʻa Love Seed Storage Project. This project supports UH's Lyon Arboreteum Seed Conservation Lab to collect and preserve ōhiʻa seeds from all islands for future forest restoration.

I asked Kea to share with me (and you) the meaning behind this special design, Kamanuʻailehua. Please take a minute to at least read what she wrote:

 "Kamanuʻailehua refers to the native birds who drink the nectar of the ʻōhiʻa lehua blossom and is part of the name given to my son at birth. This name carries special meaning in our ʻohana as it appears multiple times in our moʻokūauhau and was intended to bridge the gap between generations. Some of the birds depicted are now extinct, but I feel it is our kuleana to intertwine them into this design so that we can learn from the past and change our actions in order to help shape the future our keiki will be living in. Birds depicted: ʻiʻiwi, mamo, ʻapapane, ʻakiapōlāʻau, ʻōʻō. Some of these birds are threatened, some are critically endangered, and sadly - some are extinct. These birds and many other animals heavily rely on a balanced ecosystem, with the nectar of lehua blossoms in particular."



Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Jaymee Yamanoha (Hillsboro, US)

I bought this bathing suit for my little one, and I could not be more happy with my purchase. The material is so nicely made, the design is beautiful, and it was just an overall great fit for her. I bought the size 6 month through 12 month, and she’s currently fitting nine month clothes , and it was perfect a little bit big in the arms but she’ll grow into it. Much Mahalo!!!!!