Where have I seen those kākahu (clothes) before?
You may have seen our staff in our whānau wharekai (family restaurant), Fush in Wigram, or out and about doing mahi (work) teaching te reo to our communities and wearing these clothes. That's because they are our staff uniform.
Our goal is to normalise te reo Māori as many ways as we can and we reckon a whole bunch of walking billboards is a great way to get te reo Māori out there.
So if you want to wear te reo Māori while you speak te reo Māori, then Threads by Fush is a great option!