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This New Local Sunglasses Line Grants Girls a Bright Future

Ashley Mariko Johnson is brilliant. She created a supah stylish accessory line—we refer to it as specs-n-affect—that shines a spotlight on women and education.

Meet the Local Designer Behind Spring’s Must-Have Statement Earring

There’s no single jewelry piece more impactful than an attention-demanding earring, and Indian Giver designer Margaret Steinmeier’s bold tasseled stunners are turning heads.

Paiko’s New Delivery Service Sends Local Flowers Straight to Your Doorstep

Hey, buds: Valentine’s Day just got easier.

The One Bag Style Your Closet Needs, Just in Time for Spring

Fresh silhouettes and fun, unexpected details make the updated straw bag the season’s most sought after accessory.

Jana Lam Transformed This Poolside Cabana into a Dreamy Tropical Retreat

The designer teams up with The Four Seasons Resort at Ko Olina on the ultimate chic escape. #Staycationgoals

Meet the Shopkeepers: We Are Iconic

Shie and Nate Clark on must-have brands, reaching icon status and their shop’s move to a gorgeous new space in Ward.

4 Reasons Waikīkī is the Local Shopper’s Paradise

Tips from our style editors for navigating the Waikīkī shopping scene.

The Fighting Eel Bosses Reveal All, Including the Next Collection to Hit Floors

Fifteen years in and you know Lan Chung and Rona Bennett have some stories and secrets to share about their successes, struggles and that one time their factory got raided by the FBI … wait, WHAT?

Kini Zamora Releases New Palaka and Denim Styles and We’re Obsessed

Just what you need to get your 2018 wardrobe in check.

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