These 4 Local Designers are Bringing Aloha Spirit to HONOLULU Fashion Week

Check out the Live Aloha fashion show Friday, Nov. 11 at 4 p.m. at the Hawai‘i Convention Center.


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Live Aloha hibiscus print

Manuheali‘i’s new hibiscus print
Photo: Aaron Yoshino

 

You might expect to see the city’s best Island-inspired fashions at HONOLULU Fashion Week. What you might not expect is to see it all in one show. Live Aloha delivers back-to-back, tropical-minded ensembles created by O‘ahu-based designers and styled by Hilo-born, New York-famous Don Sumada. 

 

Read the full story at HONOLULU Fashion Week’s website.

 

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