From Our Files: Fall Fashion 1991
Factoid: HONOLULU readers weigh in on their choice for governor in 1986. “As far as I’m concerned, anybody will be a refreshing change from George Ariyoshi,” said lifeguard Marcus Rice.
“Fall themes come from the streets,” observes HONOLULU Magazine in its seven-page fall-fashion story. “From rapper chains to beyond urban clashes, mix your moods and get chic.” In 1991, bold, bright prints, quilted leather handbags and gaudy gold necklaces and earrings were all the rage. Models sporting business-casual suits, gallivant down the streets of Honolulu, featuring pieces from Chanel, Escada, Empiro Armani and Christian Dior, all of which were sold at Ala Moana Shopping Center and the now-defunct Liberty House. “Pile it on! This is the season to flirt with danger.”