Stand Out Anywhere on the Map (Even in Chinatown!) with These Bold Collections

Travel no further for the season’s hottest trend—global-inspired fashions.


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Girl meets world chinatown chanel

HAIR & MAKEUP: RISA HOSHINO, RISAHOSHINO.COMMODELS: PALOMA FIELD, NICHE MODELS AND TALENT; VALERIE FERGUSON, PREMIER MODELS AND TALENT; ART DIRECTION: KRISTIN LIPMAN; PHOTO ASSISTANT: GARY SAITO; LOCATIONS: SUN CHONG COMPANY LTD. AND GUAN HUA COMPANY; PHOTOS: TOMMY SHIH


Cotton tee, $850, tweed skirt $4,650, sequin beret, $763, Chanel, 942-5555. Floral pins, $40 each, Cynthia Rowley, 944-5555. Sophie Hulme Abio Square leather tote, $596.98, Nordstrom, 953-6100. Garland crystal necklace, $138, Petal Blossom bracelet, $48, Midnight crystal bracelet, $48, gold link bracelet, $88, J.Crew, 949-5252.

 

Chanel opened its first shoes-only store in the U.S. Nov. 21 at Ala Moana Center.

 

Girl meets world chinatown chanel


On Paloma (left)

Sequin tee, $395, Cynthia Rowley, 944-5555. Fendi Iridia sunglasses, $505, Neiman Marcus, 955-8887. Sequin petal earrings, $65, J.Crew, 949-5252.

 

On Valerie

Opening Ceremony Blaze Red top, $395, Marc Jacobs handbag, $2,900, Neiman Marcus, 955-8887. Kate Spade New York Color Crush earrings, $128, necklace, $148, Nordstrom, 953-6100. Pearls, $2,500, Chanel, 942-5555.

 

All at Ala Moana Center.

 

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