BMC Stories | Making of a Haku Lei

Posted by Neil Norman Laroya


"A haku is worn across your head, so it's bringing focus to your face or bringing focus to the person you're celebrating."

Haku lei is a traditional Polynesian garland of flowers adorned around the head in the Hawaiian islands as a way to share love, celebration or achievement.  

Let Ke'ala from Hakus & Honis share her story about how she embraces her artistic expression through her passion of haku and empowers beauty all around her.

Making of a Haku Lei - Directed & Produced By: Neil Norman Laroya

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