This Season’s Hottest Trends: Fashion Takes Flight
Ultra-luxurious fabrics in modern and retro-inspired designs glided down winter’s runways. Romantic notes of lace, airy chiffons and lustrous satins played wingman to grittier metals and leathers, creating enviable looks apt for a glamorous globetrotter.
Photos: Mark Arbeit. Model: Malia Murphey, Premier Models and Talent. Makeup: Kecia Littman, Kecia Bella. Hair: Bevin Malina, Salon Bellina Hawai‘i
Silk and nylon gown, $3,650, FENDI. Buzz crystal necklace, $180, Viktor and Rolf Frozen Crytstals double ring, $220, Swarovski.
Silk lace gown, $1,310, CH CAROLINA HERRERA. Oscar de la Renta crystal drop earrings, $390, Neiman Marcus. Crystal horsebit bangle, $1,650, wide crystal bangle, $1,350, Gucci. Robinson chain wallet, $295, Tory Burch.
Tamara silk gown, $998, Diane von Furstenberg. Viktor and Rolf Frozen Crystals cuff, $260, Swarovski.
L-Tarun goat leather jacket, $998, leather band watch, $260, DIESEL. Konstantino sterling silver, 18K gold and black spinel ring, $1,685, Rag and Bone checkered tee, $150, Neiman Marcus. Ceramic and stainless steel link bracelet, $160, two-tone stainless steel link bracelet, $150, Emporio Armani. French Plongé leather pants, $2,300, Gucci.
COME FLY WITH ME
Mohair knit top, $1,100, leather pants, price upon request, Fendi. Dogtag brass necklace, $95, Diesel. Multi-feather gold-plated necklace, $178, Coach.
A FINE LINE
O’2nd Manhattan patched dress, $325, Angiolo Frasconi hat, $275, Oscar de la Renta crystal drop earrings, $390, Neiman Marcus. Vanguarding wool travel bag, $310, DIESEL. Leather
Diana boots, $1,250, FENDI.
CH Carolina Herrera
Ala Moana Center, 808-947-1768.
Ala Moana Center, 808-947-4550.
Diane von Furstenberg
Ala Moana Center, 808-672-2840.
2160 Kalākaua Ave., 808-923-5510.
2222 Kalākaua Ave., 808-926-1947.
Ala Moana Center, 808-951-8475.
Royal Hawaiian Center, 808-971-5611.
Luxury Row, 808-921-1000.
Ala Moana Center, 808-951-8887.
Ala Moana Center, 808-947-3395.
Royal Hawaiian Center, 808-922-4190.
As you approach Ford Island, a striking mandarin red and white striped tower stands tall, acting as a guide to the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor. Mighty and breathtaking, the Ford Island Control Tower is one of the many rare, historic artifacts that make the museum one of the most visited in the nation. Two full-size hangars are filled with authentic WWII aircrafts, dioramas illustrating air battles and attacks, and modern jets and helicopters, which provide a journey through aviation history. Fighter planes such as the shark-grinned P-40 Warhawk and B-25 Mitchell Bomber ignite the imaginations of the young and old, while untouched reminders of the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor, including bullet-riddled hangar door windows, evoke patriotic nostalgia.
Historic Ford Island, 319 Lexington Blvd., 808-441-1000.
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