Korowai Cloak for Taika Cohen - Maori Art House Cinema

Maori feather cloaks are known as korowai. We feature baby korowai, children's korowai and adult's korowai

Taniko weaving

Learn about the history of the National Weaving School at Te Puia, Rotorua where students train in the art of traditional Māori weaving.

Hieke 2012, Copper and PVC korowai

Introducing Maori Lifestyles: Inspired by Tradition

Three women wearing cloaks, 1921  Three  Koroniti women model fine flax cloaks.  Two are decorated with short  black cords (cloaks decorated in this way are called korowai).  One is  decorated with taniko boarders (cloaks decorated in this way are called  kaitaka).  Photographed by James Ingram McDonald in 1921

Two are decorated with short black cords (cloaks decorated in this way are called korowai). One is decorated with taniko boarders (cloaks decorated in this way are called.

aronui designs

Aramoana and Tukemata patterns with a dominant chevron shape that are either plain or have a serrated appearance


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