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9 Awesome Things That Happened at the Reyn Spooner Shop a Le‘a Fashion Show

Presented by Reyn Spooner: Can every Thursday be a fashion show Thursday?


Reyn Spooner Fashion Show.

Photos: Aaron Yoshino


We definitely got lucky last night—and we’re not talking about smooches, shamrocks or shots. We mean the shopping-and-chic-infusion our life got after taking in the Reyn Spooner fashion show at Ala Moana Center’s annual Shop a Le‘a festival. We’ve been gearing up for this bad boy for the past week, pulling looks from the store, brushing up on the latest prints and making room in our man’s closet for these handsome new styles. (You’re welcome, dude.) So, saying our digital and fashion team was excited to scope out the runway last night is a serious understatement.


From serene Island imagery such as palm trees and sailboats, to a retro-meets-modern color palette of dusty blues and deep magentas, the new collection is perfect for the sunny months ahead. Here are 9 memorable moments from last night’s festivities for the books. Warning: You may just turn green with envy if you missed it. Your luck hasn’t run out yet, though—the Ala Moana Center Reyn Spooner store is still offering 25 percent off one item all through the weekend, so you still have time to get down there and feel the aloha yourself!


1. Miss Hawai‘i USA’s Appearance

Miss Hawaii USA Chelsea Hardin at Reyn Spooner Fashion Show.

When Miss Hawai‘i USA Chelsea Hardin turned up on the runway looking like a dime and we were like :-O #alohaweargoals 


2. Cute Little Dude Rocking the Runway

Miss Hawaii USA Chelsea Hardin at Reyn Spooner Fashion Show.

When this wee, ultra-chic model completely owned the runway with his adorableness and proved that small dudes can rock some seriously big style. 


3. A Cool Tribute to the Hawai‘i State Flower 

Reyn Spooner Fashion Show.

When a male model stalked out in this pink hibiscus-print shirt that we’d totally wear ourselves. Step one: Buy for BF. Step two: Steal on the regular. 


4. Surfs Up! 

When these cool, surfboard boardshorts made us want to hit the waves, like, RIGHT NOW. 


5. HONOLULU’s  fashion editors Showed Off How They Styled the New Collection 

When our fashion editor Brie got into the Reyn Spooner mood with her Island-stylish take on her pick from the new collection … and then fashion editor Stacey styled some sass into hers with an unexpected skirt-and-button-down pairing.


6. A Shopper’s Dream Come True

When the store took things to 11 with a 25 percent off sale and we almost died of shopaholic happiness.


7. The Ali‘i Tides Aloha Shirt 

When this male model showed off the new palm tree button-up shirt. 


8.  The Vintage Nautical Look 

When these cool-while-hot linen shorts were basically everything our guy has been looking for in a summer uniform. 


9.  The Lucky Winners of the Swag Bag Giveaway 

When we had to resist stealing one of these swag bags for ourselves. Our lucky swag bag winners walked away with a vintage Reyn Spooner aloha shirt, towel and an aloha baseball. 


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