The west is calling this fall with rustic-meets-romantic spins on prairie florals, cowgirl fringe and rugged outerwear, even equestrian accessories, all gussied up with the season’s rich textures and romantic jewel hues.
Since the early 1990s, the Hawaiian-Chinese UH Mānoa art school graduate has been creating sculptures and lamps from wood as well as recycled cardboard, X-ray film boxes and other discarded materials from his day job at The Queen’s Medical Center.
Local women are strong and have no problem owning the F-word (feminist, of course). A few of Honolulu’s fashion designers are giving gals an opportunity to bear their beliefs in a trendy way. We find out what, and who, motivates them.