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Brighten Your Wardrobe with Pantone-Inspired Looks from Local Designers

Cherry Tomato. Chili Oil. Lime Punch. Whole Foods receipt? Or Pantone’s summer palette? If you guessed the latter, you’re correct. This season’s colors are definitely fresh and vibrant, like an ‘ahi poke salad, and there’s a bonus: Most of this current crop is cooked up by local designers.


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Pantone 17-1563

Cherry Tomato

Pantone Cherry Tomato

Photos: Tommy shih; Hair and Makeup: Louis scheer; ​Model: trinity trice, renew artists hawai‘i


Holo Mai Pele Pareu dress, $120, Sig Zane, 122 Kamehameha Ave., Hilo, (808) 935-7077Issey Miyake Bao Bao tote, $595, Saks Fifth Avenue, International Market Place, (808) 600-2500

 

Pantone 18-1440

Chili Oil

Pantone Chili Oil


Bell-sleeve top, $138, fringe pants, $170, two-tone wedges, $178, At Dawn, 1500 Kapi‘olani Blvd., #102b, (808) 946-7837. Arise Buwan Moon earrings, $44, mgnda.com.

 

Pantone 16-4132

Little Boy Blue

Pantone Little Boy Blue


Marina one-piece swimsuit, $75, Gillia, gilliaclothing.com

 

Pantone 15-1520

Blooming Dahlia

Pantone Blooming Dahlia


​Monsarrat Trisolini Wave button-down shirt, $118, Salvage Public, South Shore Market, (808) 589-0500. Allison Izu Rea dusty mauve tank, $78, Allison Izu x Ten Tomorrow, 1114 11th Ave., (808) 591-6219. Joie linen pants, $248, Saks Fifth Avenue, International Market Place, (808) 600-2500. Ode Circle earrings, $44, mgnda.com

 

PANTONE 13-0550

Lime Punch

Pantone Lime Punch


​Federica Moretti baseball cap, $235, Neiman Marcus, Ala Moana Center, 951-8887. Allison Izu Yuriko cardigan, $88, Allison Izu x Ten Tomorrow, 1114 11th Ave., (808) 591-6219.

 

Pantone 17-3020

Spring Crocus

Pantone Spring Crocus


Matt Bruening Niko Kimono, $174, mattbruening.com. Frame jeans, $189, Neiman Marcus, Ala Moana Center, (808) 951-8887.

 

Pantone 16-5533

Arcadia

Pantone Arcadia


Palm kimono top, $69, Palm señorita skirt, $72, XIX Palms, $72, xixpalms.com.

 

READ MORE STORIES BY STACEY MAKIYA​

 

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