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This minimalist summer collection is perfect for your work-all-week then beach-all-weekend lifestyle.
A lineup of the weekend’s best events.
Catch the Hawaiian Airlines show Friday, Nov. 11 at 8 p.m.
Our parents really knew how to dress!
Identical twin brothers Eran and Asaf Ganot are successful in athletics and in fashion.
After establishing a career in high-end retail companies on the West Coast, Shelley Tadaki Cramer returned home to Honolulu as Saks Fifth Avenue’s vice president and general manager, to lead the team that opens the new store in Waikīkī, with a workforce of 130.
This photographer lives a life of interesting contradictions.
Fresh off of New York Fashion Week, HONOLULU Magazine managing fashion editor Brie Thalmann shares a few of her favorite trends.
The three-day event will include designer fashion shows, celebrity guests, fashion marketplace and model search.
Fashion show and event producer, Lynne Hanzawa O’Neill brings the urban lifestyle of New York City to Honolulu.
We had a pau hana drink with Bobby Gutierrez, an image and celebrity manager for Wilhelmina New York. Here’s what we learned.
7 Things I Learned at 7 is a recurring interview column from the HONOLULU Magazine fashion team. This month we sipped tea with Joseph Serrao of Salvage Public.
Hawaiian Airlines will showcase 85 years of retro uniforms at HONOLULU Fashion Week. Here’s a sneak peek.
Dale Hope, Sig and Kūha‘o Zane, Lynne Hanzawa O’Neill, Ari Southiphong, Rona Bennett and Lan Chung talk about the past, present and future of Hawai‘i’s fashion industry.
We had a pau hana drink with Kūha‘o Zane, Director of Design and Marketing for Sig Zane. Here's what we learned.
Fashion photographer Tommy Shih hit the streets to capture New Yorkers’ street style during New York Fashion Week.
From Waianae High School to Project Runway to Neiman Marcus, 24-year-old fashion designer Andy South has come a long way—and he’s just getting started.
They do more than create apparel. They can see a bird and turn its colors into a fabric print. They can whip up costumes for an entire opera company. Meet the multitasking magicians we call fashion designers.