Samoan clothing, fashion accessories and handicraft maker Head to Toes will bring a range of its diverse product line to the Pasifika Business Market at the Pasifika Festival in Auckland on March 24-25.
The company’s outlet is in Saleufi in Apia, across from Amau Mall from where it retails and wholesales its product line.
All of the company’s products are distinctively Samoan, making full use of bold motifs and colours. The company’s range comprises traditional garments like women’s puletasi and men’s printed elei to stretch dresses, and other fashion wear. Head to Toes also makes children’s clothing.
It also has an array of accessories and handicraft made from natural sources like earrings, necklaces and bracelets made from coconuts and other materials, pearl earrings and necklaces besides a range of other items.
All Head to Toes products are Samoan made.
Head to Toes attended the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand Path to Market workshop in Samoa and their participation in the Pasifika Business Market is the next stage in the seven-step Path to Market programme.
The Path to Market programme helps build capacity in export and export-ready companies in the islands to help them find markets for their products in New Zealand.
Meet Head to Toes at the PTI Pasifika Business Market at the Pasifika Festival on March 24-25 at Western Springs, Auckland.
For more information email PTI Trade Development Manager Ian Furlong at firstname.lastname@example.org