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Reyn Spooner’s Exclusive Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival Alohawear Honors Local Heritage

(Sponsored) The official Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival collection features apparel for men and women, culinary accessories and more.


Reyn Spooner Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival 2018 Collection

photos: courtesy of reyn spooner


Reyn Spooner is cooking up something big. As the official apparel provider of the eighth annual Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival, the heritage alohawear brand has designed an exclusive print that honors one of Hawai‘i’s most important and culturally significant crops—the kalo plant—a fitting depiction of the festival’s attention to sustainable farming, agriculture and locally grown products.


“We are thrilled to partner once again with Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival to offer this limited-edition collection,” says Lynne Koplin, chief executive officer of Reyn Spooner. “As the state’s premier epicurean event attracting international attention, the festival is a true celebration of local talent.” Chef coats made in the custom print will be worn by the lineup of world-renowned chefs participating in this year’s Islandwide epicurean festival.


Reyn Spooner Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival 2018 Collection

apparel and accessories in Reyn Spooner’s exclusive print will be offered in two color schemes: burgundy and medieval blue.


The collection will include apparel for men and women, plus a variety of accessories such as aprons, wine bags, oven mitts and shopping totes, and will be available for purchase at Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival’s two premier events (Feng Shui & Cocktails on Oct. 25 at The Modern Honolulu, and Decadence on Oct. 27 at Ko Olina Resort’s Kohala Lagoon 1), at all Reyn Spooner locations and online at reynspooner.com.


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