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Modern styles for holiday attire

Strike a stylish chord for those looking to be the life of the party.



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THE BOYFRIEND: Sonny Ganaden, part-time, non-profit lawyer by day, freelance writer, artist, master of Spanish rice (Momoko’s favorite) and bike rescuer every other second he gets.

ON SONNY: Chambray shirt, $92, Roberta Oaks, 19 N. Pauahi St., 428-1214. John W. Nordstrom silk bowtie, $49.50, Nordstrom. IN4M Nu‘uanu jeans, $90, Kangol EVIL fedora, $45, The Human Imagination, 1154 Nu‘uanu Ave., 538-8898. Leather belt, $34.95, Gap. Missoni Converse hightops, $200, Kicks Hawai‘i, 1530 Makaloa St., 941-9191. Wool vest, $150, Banana Republic, Ala Moana Center, 955-2602. Marni brooch, $430, Etro velvet jacket, $1,720, Neiman Marcus.

 

THE GIRLFRIEND: Momoko Metzker, model, lifeguard and owner of a vintage Fuji road bike (that Sonny found on the street and restored for her), is always showing off a great pair of legs.

ON MOMOKO: Marc by Marc Jacobs dress, $398, DFS Galleria Waikīkī, 931-2700. Satin headband, $165, faux-fur brooch, $28, Nordstrom, Ala Moana Center, 953-6100. Valentino patent leather clutch, $995, Marni bauble necklace, $360, Neiman Marcus, Ala Moana Center, 951-8887. Rock cluster ring, $115, tri-stone ring, $295, Dolce, Ward Centers, 596-9436. Long beaded necklace, $9, double-strand beaded necklace, $10, Barrio Vintage, 1160 Nu‘uanu Ave., 674-7156. Dezso coral bracelets, $2,880 each, Aloha Rag, 1221 Kapi‘olani Blvd. Suite 115, 589-1352. Loafers, $49.95, tights, $12.95, Gap, Ala Moana Center, 949-1933.
 

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