BOGO FREE SALE ON ALL FACE MASKS

Stock up and save on masks for your keiki for school, get matching ones for you and your keiki, or just buy for yourself! 

Sale ends on June 15th 11:59pm HST. No code needed. Just add your masks to your cart!

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Newborn baby swaddled with aloha in the Keiki Dept Bamboo Swaddle Kapa Moe
Newborn baby swaddled with aloha in the Keiki Dept Bamboo Swaddle Kapa Moe
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Aloha Mai Kākou

The Keiki Dept. is owned by Leilani, a Native Hawaiian Māmā of three. After the birth of her son, Leilani started to create locally inspired clothing and accessories that was durable enough to handle everyday play. This passion project slowly evolved as her ʻohana grew and their needs changed.

Based in ʻAiea, Hawaiʻi, The Keiki Dept.’s mission is to share knowledge of Hawaiian culture through their products and give back to their local community. This year, The Keiki Dept. will continue to donate to organizations that provide services to both keiki and ʻohana across the islands.

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5 Things I wish I knew when I started my business

5 Things I wish I knew when I started my business

Seems like everyone these days has some sort of side hustle...I remember always having some sort of money making venture as a kid - from making friendship bracelets or flower bead rings & bracelets, to selling things from magazines to my family, to selling my science notes in college and starting my first screen printing hustle at UNLV (HI-drophilic!) 

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How the Lei Collection Started: Na Lei o Hawaiʻi

How the Lei Collection Started: Na Lei o Hawaiʻi

The concept of this lei was lei that were special to me and my 'ohana and quickly grew into more. Besides lei that I cherished, we also added some native lei.
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Itʻs Party Time at Keiki and the Pineapple

Itʻs Party Time at Keiki and the Pineapple

Many families in Hawaiʻi throw big 1st birthday parties. We were one of them. With COVID restricting the big gatherings, we had to change our plans...
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