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Photos: Friday, Nov. 11 Runway Shows

Recap of HONOLULU Fashion Week presented by Hawaiian Airlines runway shows on Friday, Nov. 11: Local Luxe, Live Aloha, Reyn Spooner and Hawaiian Airlines presents Runway to Runway.


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Local Luxe Runway Show

Photo: Gary Saito

 

After a great start on Thursday evening, HONOLULU Fashion Week continued to wow audiences on Friday, Nov. 11. The first show of the day, Local Luxe, featured five trend-setting designers, including Ari South and Malia Jones. At 4 p.m., Hawai‘i-based designers Noa Noa, ‘IOLANI Sportswear, Manaola Hawai‘i and Manuheali‘i brought local flare to the runway in the Live Aloha show. That evening, Reyn Spooner celebrated 60 years of alohawear, from vintage pieces to its new anniversary collection. And, finally, at 8 p.m., Hawaiian Airlines presents Runway to Runway brought together international celebrity designers to showcase capsule collections of their work. Dion Lee, Marissa Webb, Pameo Pose, Younhee Park and Jeffrey Yoshida displayed outfits as varied as the cities from which they come.

 

See photos at the HONOLULU Fashion Week website.

 

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