The limited-edition blue with white design Hawaiian shirt by Sig Zane is made specially for the Autry Museum in coordination with Autry's upcoming exhibit Dress Codes.
According to Sig:
"The aloha shirt is our medium. This contemporary approach in sharing the culture of Hawai'i makes it fashionable, both literally and figuratively! Our lives and experiences inspire the art. Each shirt is an expression of tradition, craft, and prophecy!"
Pohakulani expresses energy of new growth and radiant love. The art illustrates the brand-new shoots of the 'ohi'a tree which makes up our native forest. Nurturing and fostering growth is an ongoing practice. Given as a wedding gift, the design is a both a symbol of dedication and of endearing adoration.