Kuu-Ipo 2058

Kuu-Ipo 2058
DEADSTOCK plum purple photoprint 1940's vintage rayon Aloha shirt made in Hawaii by Kuu-Ipo, meaning "my sweetheart". This aloha shirt is a photoprint collage of postcards images of 1940's Honolulu. It has the statue of King Kamehameha in front of Ali‘iolani Hale, home to the Hawai‘i State Supreme Court, in downtown Honolulu. There are images of workers harvesting sugar cane in the fields in Central O‘ahu, Waikiki beach boys shoving off in an outrigger canoe, and a lei-decked woman playing an ‘ukulele against a coconut tree. There’s even a snapshot of the neon “Crossroads of the Pacific” sign that was up in the 1940s at the Kau Kau Korner drive-in restaurant in Waikiki that pointed the ways to cities around the globe. It has a left chest pocket, bamboo buttons, neckloop and horizontal button holes. Size marked MEDIUM, but measures LARGE, in inches - Shoulders 19, Chest 24, Length 32 and Sleeves 10. Deadstock, New, Never worn or washed, New old stock condition - no defects. I unpinned and unfolded it for the photos. Be the first to wear this historic vintage Hawaiian Aloha shirt.
Medium / Large
Deadstock, New, Never worn or washed, New old stock