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18 Reasons We Love Hawai‘i Fashion

From chic beachware and bold, nature-inspired prints to cool collabs and fresh spins on sartorial traditions, here are 18 reason we’re crazy about Hawai‘i fashion.


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No. 11: Right Clicks 

From hula and home décor to bikinis and Bali escapes, Hawai‘i fashion bloggers compile daily wish-you-were-them images featuring local, national and international fashion, food and faraway adventures. 


Pīkake Pursuit 

Founders of Pīkake Pursuit: Jade Snow (Right) and Kim Shibata. 
Photo: Courtesy of Pīkake Pursuit

Founders: Jade Snow and Kim Shibata 

Launched: 2014 

Click here for: Pics of hidden Hawai‘i gems including food, fashion, home décor and hula. 

Three things you love about Hawai‘i fashion?

JS: Fearless color, floral adornments and effortless fabric. 

Favorite place to shoot in Honolulu?

KS: My hometown of Kaimukī. It’s so exciting to see this creative community blooming. 


Pineapple Ice 

Founder of Pineapple Ice: Lindsey Higa
​Photo: Courtesy of Pineapple Ice 

Founder: Lindsey Higa 

Launched: 2010 

Click here for: Street-style looks, edgy bikini shoots, food and fashion collabs with local artists and D.I.Y. sessions. 

Pineapple Ice?

Pineapple Ice was named after my favorite slush from Hank’s Haute Dogs. I loved the name and wanted my blog to feel refreshing, local and fun. 

Favorite F/W15 trend?

The skinny scarf. It translates so well for our climate and is the perfect light layer. 


Bikini Bird 

Founders of Bikini Bird: Tiana Becker Gamble (Left) and Ally Lopez (Right)
Photos: Courtesy of Bikini Bird 


Founders: Tiana Becker Gamble and Ally Lopez 

Launched: 2010 

Click here for: Dreamy (and shoppable) beachwear photo shoots featuring local and national designers, lookbook sneak peeks and snaps of tropical locales. 

Latest local fashion must-have?

TBG: The A.Wattz Dezigns ear creeper. 

Favorite F/W15 trend?

TBG: Athletic details—thick elastic banding and colorblocking. 

Favorite new local designer?

TBG: Alola Maui. I love its leather backpacks. 


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