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Sponsored: Waikīkī Roots & Royal Style Fashion Show Will Cap Off Hawai‘i Fashion Month

Don't miss this fun, fashion-filled event at the Royal Hawaiian Center.


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Fashion forces will converge at the Royal Hawaiian Center’s Royal Grove Saturday for “Waikīkī Roots & Royal Style: A Local Celebration.” The event will celebrate the achievements of Hawai‘i’s fashion designers, stylists and business owners at the Royal Hawaiian Center. This fun, fashion-filled event will cap off Royal Hawaiian Center’s exclusive month-long Hawai‘i Fashion Month promotion with a fashion show featuring chic ensembles styled from locally-owned businesses in the Center.

You’ll want to arrive at the Royal Hawaiian Center early and be in place by 5 p.m., to capture a great spot for a fashion presentation that will happen at The Grove area.  Next is the runway show, produced and styled by fashion writer Amanda Stevens. The show features mixed textures, vibrant prints, and geometric edge, all inspired by the rich roots of Waikīkī music, fashion and lifestyle.

It is topped off by a VIP cocktail reception at 6:30 p.m.

And while Hawai‘i Fashion Month may be almost done, shoppers and onlookers can still cop a limited edition Hawai‘i Fashion Month T-shirt. Just bring same-day receipts totaling $250 or more to Helumoa Hale and Guest Services to receive a free HFM T-shirt exclusive to Royal Hawaiian Center.

 

WHAT:  Waikīkī Roots & Royal Style

WHERE:   The Royal Grove at Royal Hawaiian Center

WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014

  • 5:10 p.m.  Special Fashion Presentation

  • 5:30 p.m.  Runway Show

  • 6:30 p.m.  VIP Cocktail Reception

 

For more information, go to www.royalhawaiiancenter.com.

 

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