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Where to Shop for Statement Jewelry, Designer Bags and Beauty Products

Brand new styles and stores in Honolulu this spring.


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Fighting Eel and Sig Zane Designs

 

Hang on to your hula skirts! Fighting Eel and Sig Zane Designs are releasing their first collaboration at this year’s Merrie Monarch Festival.

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Koi & Kai's Lei Stand

 

Level up your lei game with a statement strand from Koi & Kai’s Lei stand. Owner Amanda Iaukea Wongwui has a knack for mixing island blossoms with ti leaf, pearls, sea grapes, kukui nuts, delicate shells and even vibrant raffia in fresh, unexpected ways. Once available exclusively at her shuttered Waikīkī stand, you can now snag her lei at Paiko, Olive Boutique, Oliver Men’s Shop and Olive & Oliver—she makes drops every aloha Friday—and at her workshops at Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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$38 to $85, for custom orders message @live.a.lei.life on Instagram

 

Gold by Bang Bang

 

Drop, baby, drop this spring with Ha‘ikū label gold by bang bang’s charming pendant necklaces. Designer Cheyenne Jagger carves each design in wax then casts them by hand. Perfect for layering, her Kiwi Bird Coin and Queen Coin pendants, made of 14K solid gold and sterling silver finished with 18K gold, are inspired by the vintage New Zealand coins her father collected on his world travels, while her 14K solid gold ‘Iwa pendant stars the graceful ‘iwa (seabird). 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Design bags

 

Luxury fashion house Bottega Veneta got the season’s check trend just right with its sleek Maxi Cabat bag. A standout from its Spring-Summer 2019 collection, the oversize tote is made from hand-woven double-faced nappa leather and includes a detachable leather card case.  

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$9,500, Bottega Veneta, Ala Moana Center, (808) 946-0100

 

Beauty Spot

DFS

 

It’s now easier and more affordable than ever to snag your favorite local beauty brands thanks to t galleria by dfs’ new island beauty boutique. Decked out with lush greenery, rustic décor and a monstera-print photo wall, the shop stocks best-sellers from Ola Tropical Apothecary, O‘o Hawai‘i, Lanikai Bath & Body, Ali‘i Kula Lavender and Island Essence. It’s the only store to carry the complete Hanalei, Mamalani and Little Hands Hawai‘i lines. And since it’s DFS, all Island Beauty purchases are tax-free and eligible for a sweet 5 percent kama‘āina discount (can’t be combined with other promos).  

Find out which items we’re obsessed with from T Galleria by DFS’ all-local beauty shop

 

The Plastics

Clearly, being transparent is popular right now.

Clear bags

 

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Oliver Peoples Rayette yellow sunglasses, $380, Rassine teal sunglasses, $380, Twisted metal sunglasses, $455, Valentino cat-eye studded sunglasses, $450, Staud Mini Shirley Jewel bag, $225

Saks Fifth Avenue, International Market Place, (808) 600-2500.

 

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Valentino VLTN tote, $1,750, Bauble Bar Caylie lucite hoop earrings, $38, and Faina lucite hoop earrings, $36,

Neiman Marcus, Ala Moana Center, (808) 951-8887

Gianvito Rossi lace-up booties, $825, Karen Walker Return to Sender sunglasses, $220

Saks Fifth Avenue, International Market Place, (808) 600-2500.

 

Read more stories by Stacey Makiya and Brie Thalmann

 

 

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