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New Jewelry at Honolulu Boutiques

Newly available at local boutiques, three jewelry lines are causing a gold rush.


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Objects of Desire

Brass Acts

Native Virginian Aimee Munford infuses her love of natural elements into each handcrafted Garnett Jewelry piece. Basique Threads, Ward Centers, 722-9303.


Kahlo Bib brass necklace ($56) and Double Chevron brass earrings ($32.)

Porcupine quill earrings ($77.)

Edge Funds

Local designer Riyo Arai’s eclectic use of porcupine quills, bone, horn, faux fur and leather in her Riyo Jewelry line makes for simple, attention-garnering statement pieces. Fighting Eel, 1133 Bethel St., 524-1472.

Model Look

Modeling phenom Erin Wasson embodies her own cool, low-key style in her line, Low Luv Jewelry, with pieces like stacked, bronze-plated calendar rings and zig-zag engraved bangles. Milk & Honey, 1128 Smith St., 397-4488.


Calendar ring ($43) and Spearhead bangles ($33 each.)

 

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