The Pacific Sisters are Lisa Reihana, Rosanna Raymond, Ani O’Neill, Suzanne Tamaki, Selina Haami, Niwhai Tupaea, Henzart @ Henry Ah-Foo Taripo, Feeonaa Wall, and Jaunnie ‘Ilolahia.

PACIFIC SISTERS

 The Pacific Sisters are Lisa Reihana, Rosanna Raymond, Ani O’Neill, Suzanne Tamaki, Selina Haami, Niwhai Tupaea, Henzart @ Henry Ah-Foo Taripo, Feeonaa Wall, and Jaunnie ‘Ilolahia.

The Pacific Sisters are Lisa Reihana, Rosanna Raymond, Ani O’Neill, Suzanne Tamaki, Selina Haami, Niwhai Tupaea, Henzart @ Henry Ah-Foo Taripo, Feeonaa Wall, and Jaunnie ‘Ilolahia.

 Born in the 1990s in Auckland, The Pacific Sisters is a collective of Pacific and Māori fashion designers, artists, performers, and musicians.

Born in the 1990s in Auckland, The Pacific Sisters is a collective of Pacific and Māori fashion designers, artists, performers, and musicians.

   Pacific Sisters: Fashion Activists   was an exhibition that celebrated mana wāhine, indigenous identities, and the role this collective has played over the past 26 years – through their collaborative works across fashion, performance, music, and film – in giving voice and visibility to Māori and Pacific peoples in Aotearoa New Zealand.  It was shown at Te Papa Tongarewa (2018) and Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki (2019).

Pacific Sisters: Fashion Activists was an exhibition that celebrated mana wāhine, indigenous identities, and the role this collective has played over the past 26 years – through their collaborative works across fashion, performance, music, and film – in giving voice and visibility to Māori and Pacific peoples in Aotearoa New Zealand.

It was shown at Te Papa Tongarewa (2018) and Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki (2019).