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New Boutiques for Keiki and Family Fashions Open in Honolulu

Opening Acts: Two new boutiques settle in nicely, offering up cool rides for tots and stylish family fashions.


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Air Buggy

The Land Rover of strollers, Air Buggy, brings to town its selection of sleek, easy-to-maneuver styles in brilliant, Candyland colors. Also on shelves, a bevy of really darn-cute baby finds including Makie gingham rompers, 3 Sprouts canvas diaper caddies and hampers, and an exclusive line of First Dress onesies and bibs in fun, houndstooth and glazed doughnut prints. Waikiki Beach Walk, 533-9070.


First Dress onesie, $22, and bib, $10.

Air Buggy Stroller mat, $38, and 3 Sprouts canvas tote, $28.60. 

Community

Some things just come together and flow, like Community, a new downtown clothing and accessory shop focused on mixing up locally designed merchandise with smaller,well-known labels. You’ll find everything from UMEE floral-print aloha shirts and Super retro-inspired sunglasses to silky, cotton Organik tees for him and AngryLadyBug cartoon-printed crayon holders for keiki. 22 S. Pauahi St., 523-0001.


UMEE women’s aloha shirt, $85.

Incase Andy Warhol iPhone cover, $39.95.

SUPER Puma sunglasses, $148.

 

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