Peranakan Cina Teal
Olanun is a beachwear brand, inspired by the cultural heritage of Southeast Asia. Drawing inspiration from elements of Southeast Asian art, architecture and tradition to create our prints, we aim to preserve and symbolise the raw essence of Southeast Asia in our culturally inspired men’s beachwear.
Southeast Asia’s orang lanun, or "pirates" in the Malay language (from which o. lanun’s name originates) embody a maritime culture steeped in tradition, the defence of the region, and an unwavering trust in the ocean.
- Above-the-knee length
- Internal drawstring
- Zipped rear pocket
- Side pockets
- Internal mesh
- Finest quality stretch-resistant polyester
- Signature red front zipper
Comes with cotton tote and water-resistant pouch (to carry wet shorts)
Model is 180cm tall
*All prices are in USD ($)
The Bajau Short
The practicality and tailored aesthetics of the above-the-knee length allows one to look and feel good whether in the water, on the boardwalk or on a daily stroll.
The internal drawstring helps to keep the shorts in place during your swim whilst the zipped rear pocket does the same for your keys.
Our shorts are manufactured with the finest quality stretch-resistant polyester, enabling the wearer to live his physically demanding lifestyle without concern. They are also quick-drying, allowing one to seamlessly switch from beach to bar.
Peranakan Cina: Over generations of settling in the Malay Archipelago, the ‘Chinese descendants’ – as the term translates into – broke the mould and boldly embellished their hybridised lifestyle with distinctively charismatic colours and geometries, such as those found on the characteristic tiles that adorn a typical Peranakan establishment.