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The Made in Hawaii festival starts up this Friday at the Neal Blaisdell Exhibition Hall and will last throughout the weekend. We will be featuring local business who make the amazing products that will be on display at the event.
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A collection of Hawaii fashion and jewelry designers will showcase their products at the Made in Hawaii Festival Aug. 15 17 for the first time this year at the New Products Showcase organized by the state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT).
The Showcase, located in Neal Blaisdell Center’s Pikake Room, will feature eight Hawaii Fashion Incubator (HIFI) Boutique designers, including Alohiwai, Genuine Guava, Indigo Sage, JenStone Jewelry Hawaii, Kai Ea Hawaii Jewelry, Naturally Young at Heart, Route99 and Sea Swept Hawaii. On Saturday and Sunday of the festival, a HIFI Fashion Showcase at 2:15 p.m. will feature fashions by HIFI members worn by models from Larson Talent, with hair and makeup by Paul Brown Hawaii.