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PUA KUMBU PAREO IN RED

PUA KUMBU PAREO IN RED

DISCOVER THE STORY OF THIS PAREO

DISCOVER THE STORY OF THIS PAREO

Pua in Iban means blanket and Kumbu means to wrap.

The Pua Kumbu is originally a ceremonial textile made by the tie-and-dye technique. It is well-known among the Iban tribe, a community that covers a majority of the population in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Pua in Iban means blanket and Kumbu means to wrap.

The Pua Kumbu is originally a ceremonial textile made by the tie-and-dye technique. It is well-known among the Iban tribe, a community that covers a majority of the population in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Inspired by the Iban Pua Kumbu design, this pareo is made by the natives in Borneo, this pareo is the embodiment of elegance and femininity of the Iban women.

Inspired by the Iban Pua Kumbu design, this pareo is made by the natives in Borneo, this pareo is the embodiment of elegance and femininity of the Iban women.

It is made out of high quality, premium cotton and is readily sewn to be worn on-the-go!

Tradition meets trendy with this design, the Pua Kumbu motif is revived for current times.

It is made out of high quality, premium cotton and is readily sewn to be worn on-the-go!

Tradition meets trendy with this design, the Pua Kumbu motif is revived for current times.

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Mac Borneo Collections is founded by Munica Liwan. Born and raised in the village of Long Seridan, Baram, she comes from the Kelabit tribe, a small community of only 6,600 populations  that can be found in Borneo.

Munica had always been passionate about sharing the rich culture and history of her tribe to the world. In 2008, she created a social enterprise called Borneo Street Kuala Lumpur (BSKL) with her husband, John Laurence, which acts as a one - stop center for all traders from Sabah and Sarawak to sell their local and homemade Borneo products, ranging from handicrafts to local cuisines, in the Peninsular of Malaysia.

Mac Borneo Collections is founded by Munica Liwan. Born and raised in the village of Long Seridan, Baram, she comes from the Kelabit tribe, a small community of only 6,600 populations  that can be found in Borneo.

Munica had always been passionate about sharing the rich culture and history of her tribe to the world. In 2008, she created a social enterprise called Borneo Street Kuala Lumpur (BSKL) with her husband, John Laurence, which acts as a one - stop center for all traders from Sabah and Sarawak to sell their local and homemade Borneo products, ranging from handicrafts to local cuisines, in the Peninsular of Malaysia.

In BSKL, she participated as one of the traders and started her own brand called Mac Borneo Collections, where she sells handicrafts such as handmade neckties, bags, accessories and pareos.

BSKL has been successful throughout the years, gaining recognition and is widely acclaimed by customers and tourists around Malaysia. BSKL is in the midst of pursuing its plans to go international and gradually expanding their platform beyond Malaysia.

Munice currently lives in United Kingdom with her husband and 4 children.

In BSKL, she participated as one of the traders and started her own brand called Mac Borneo Collections, where she sells handicrafts such as handmade neckties, bags, accessories and pareos.

BSKL has been successful throughout the years, gaining recognition and is widely acclaimed by customers and tourists around Malaysia. BSKL is in the midst of pursuing its plans to go international and gradually expanding their platform beyond Malaysia.

Munica currently lives in United Kingdom with her husband and 4 children.

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