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Fashion Feature: Your Dream Fall Wardrobe Starts Here

Take a page from this season’s runways and cozy up to bookish blazers, romantic flourishes and lapidary hues.


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Into the Wild

Antonette shirt dress, $448. DIANE VON FURSTENBERG. Zebra-print dress, $995. 3.1 PHILLIP LIM. Wool and silk jacket with zippers, $5,120. ALEXANDER MCQUEEN. Levens Snake earring (part of set), $75, Levens 3-Bits earrings (part of set), $75. HERE. Mavis croc-embossed leather boots, $1,495. JIMMY CHOO.

 

“There is no greater joy than an endlessly changing horizon.”—Author: Krakauer, Jon. Biography.

into the wild

 

Through the looking glass

Pleated ruffle blouse, $498, striped knit blazer, $498. TORY BURCH. Rachel Comey Pac earrings, $150. WE ARE ICONIC.

 

“It’s no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then.”—Author: Carroll, Lewis. Fantasy.

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Girl, interrupted

Silk blouse, $298, corduroy blazer, $398, Heather flare pants, $248. KATE SPADE NEW YORK. Rachel Comey Tangle earrings, $185. WE ARE ICONIC. Carmella loafers, $450. STUART WEITZMAN.

 

“It is easy to slip into a parallel universe. There are so many of them.”—Author: Kaysen, Susanna. Biography.

books

 

A Room with a view

Crewneck sweater, $345, VINCE. Off-White skirt, $1,375. NEIMAN MARCUS. Rebecca Minkoff bag, $298, Oliver Peoples Zasia sunglasses, $385. SAKS FIFTH AVENUE. Ankle boots, price upon request. SALVATORE FERRAGAMO.

 

“Passion was there, but it could not be easily labeled; it slipped between love and hate and jealousy, and all the furniture ...”—Author: Forster, E.M. Romance.

blue dress

 

devil in a blue dress

Merino wool turtleneck sweater, $525, cashmere-wool jacket, $1,590, croc-embossed leather boots, $1,365. MAX MARA. Rachel Comey Handle earrings, $125. WE ARE ICONIC.

 

“Daphne Monet. Not hard to look at but hell to find.”—Author: Moseley, Walter. Mystery. 

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Knitted panel dress, price upon request. ALEXANDER MCQUEEN. Sequin Swarovski crystal earrings, $198. NEIMAN MARCUS. Madison mules, $498. TORY BURCH.


 

Hawai‘i State Library

We’ve always been drawn to the grand Greco-Roman columns and ornate arched windows that frame the Andrew Carnegie-funded library’s entrance. Once inside, we were equally taken with the historic circa-1913 building’s lesser-known nooks, tucked-away marble staircases, rows of wrought-iron bookcases and even an old-fashioned gated elevator that all served as perfect backdrops for our fall fashion feature. Mahalo to acting director Marya Zoller for her assistance.

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Shopping Details

3.1 PHILLIP LIM
International Market Place, (808) 797-2556

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN
Ala Moana Center

DIANE VON FURSTENBERG
Ala Moana Center, (808) 672-2840

HERE
685 Auahi St., #2-115, (808) 369-2991

JIMMY CHOO
Royal Hawaiian Center, (808) 922-4563

KATE SPADE NEW YORK
Royal Hawaiian Center, (808) 922-3390

MAX MARA
2186 Kalākaua Ave., (808) 926-6161

NEIMAN MARCUS
Ala Moana Center, (808) 951-8887

SAKS FIFTH AVENUE
International Market Place, (808) 600-2500

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO
Royal Hawaiian Center, (808) 971-4267

STUART WEITZMAN
International Market Place, (808) 923-5106

TORY BURCH
Ala Moana Center, (808) 945-2670

VINCE
International Market Place, (808) 206-7174.

WE ARE ICONIC
1108 Auahi St., #155, (808) 462-4575

 

Shoot Credits

Creative Direction: James Nakamura

Art Direction: Christine Labrador

Model: Awakea Milosky, Renew Artists Hawai‘i

Hair and Makeup: Joanna Lee

Location: Hawai‘i State Library, 478 S. King St.

 

READ MORE BY STACEY MAKIYA & BRIE THALMANN

 

 

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