Masi is referred to as the ‘cloth of the Vanua’ (cloth of the Land). The use of Masi is deeply embedded in the iTaukei Fijian heritage and culture. Masi is traditional cloth made from the bark of a young mulberry tree. Masi is seen as the mediating agent between the sacred and the profane.
The aim of the Masi inspired collection is to showcase Fiji's elegant and symbolic artistic tones on a contemporary, sustainable canvas. Earthy, simplistic tones and modern yet spiritual motifs on beautiful, functional decor.