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Gift Ideas for Valentine's Day

Spark a little Valentine’s affection with fun, hotly hued finds for the ones you love.


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Heat Faves

1) Silk ties, $180 each, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ala Moana Center, 973-6101. 

2) Marques De Gelida Cava Pinot Noir, $14.30, Tamura’s Fine Wines & Liquors, 3496 Waialae Ave., 735-7100.

3) Zak Designs Inc. colander, $11.50, and

4) Bodum French press, $48.95, Executive Chef, Ward Centers, 596-2433.

5) Leather pumps, $560, Fendi, Ala Moana Center, 973-3311.

6) Cloche, $25, Eden in Love, Ward Centers, 591-1005.

7) Aloha Army T-shirt, $26, In4mation, Pearlridge Center, 488-0411.

8) Cirque suede belt, $44, Florencia Arias, 1161 Nuuanu Ave., 384-9039.

9) Bandit aloha shirt, $85, Tori Richard, Ala Moana Center, 949-5858.

10) Scotch dress, $156, Roberta Oaks, 19 N. Pauahi St., 428-1214.

11) Wallet, $35, Muumuu Heaven, 767 Kailua Rd., 263-3366.

12) Volupsa Goji Tarocco Orange candle, $22, I Am Shop, 1221 Kap‘iolani Blvd., Suite 111, 593-2767.

13) Zig-Zag men’s sneakers, $20, The Human Imagination, 1154 Nuuanu Ave., 538-8898.

14) Saffron James Lea eau de parfum, $42, and

15) Wild & Wolf Limited water bottle, $18, Red Pineapple, Ward Centers, 593-2733.

16) Chilewich basketweave, $12.99, and, Chilewich basketweave and bamboo placemats, $12.99 and $13.99. Mesh by Shari Saiki, 650 Iwilei Rd., #110, 536-6374.

 

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