Island Moments Fashion Wear
•Emme to showcase local designs (read the Honolulu Advertiser article)
Mango Tango and Naturally Petites
Born and raised in: Honolulu (4th generation)
High School: Aiea High School 1989
College: University of Hawaii at Manoa 1995
(Fashion Design and Merchandising)
Spare time: Spending time with my 2 boys (Breydan & Ryder)
and family, playing tennis, shopping and going to the
Style: Simple, with a bit of flare, yet comfortable for the
working or retired woman!
Inspiration of your pieces: Taking into account the local
customer and what fits her needs. We take pride here
at You & Me Naturally that everything is still manu-
factured in Hawaii. I believe in "comfort", being that I
wear jeans to work just about every day with a simple
knit top and a layering jacket. Seldom does a garment
need to be drycleaned or ironed. Most of what we
make is wash and wear!
Sierra Dew is a lifestyle brand that strives to create trend-
setting "conscious" wearable art for the contemporary woman.
You are wearing urban art, giving energy and a beautiful
edginess to your wardrobe. We are a socially conscious label
bringing consumer awareness to purchasing choices.
Sierra Dew is the artist behind the company. She creates both
the prints and the jewelry. Our garments use organic cotton,
sweatshop free, recycled, and vintage fabrics. We use 100%
non-toxic water-based inks while printing, which add to the
softness of our fabrics. The garments are printed locally in
Honolulu with a one of a kind designs.
Iki Couture Designs LLC
1542 Young Street #205
Honolulu, HI 96826
Fashion, as a basic necessity of life, should be fun and
exciting. Yet, it needs to strive to achieve one individual life
style and needs. The garment is only one of the components
that make a woman feel complete. A designer must consider
the client’s fashion from the inner self to the outer layer of
accessories. Finding that sophisticated look through fabrication,
fit, color and designs is what women look for from a designer.
Trained at the Paris Fashion Institute and at Tokyo’s Sugino
School of Dressmaking, enables Linda Iki to meld together
the best from both centers of haute couture.
Iki Couture Designs is the culmination of one woman’s dream
of having a presence in the fashion world of Hawaii. What
began as a “cottage industry” business out of her home 30
years ago has grown into a name recognized in the fashion
circles of Honolulu for classic, timeless designs in knits and
other fabric media.
HI State of Mind is a conscious way of dressing for today’s
modern woman. These one-of-a-kind pieces are created by
reusing old materials and turning them into something new
and beautiful that can be used again. Each unique item is
handcrafted out of vintage scarves and edged with satin
ribbon by local designer Katrina Langford in Hawaii. The
bright colors, lightweight fabrics, and playful prints create a
look fit for the island lifestyle. Check out the HI State of Mind
collection at Le Grand Marqet at Ala Moana Shopping Center,
Yoganics on the Big Island, and www.HIstateofmind.com.
c/o Surf Line Hawaii, Ltd.
1451 Kalani Street
Honolulu, HI 96817
Jams World is not a Hawaiian shirt maker as much as we are
a manufacturer of contemporary casual lifestyle wear with
themes that transcend markets and seasons. Jams World®
has been designing and manufacturing clothing in Honolulu,
Hawaii for the young and young at heart since 1964. We have
deep roots in the ocean and surfing and the Jams World® of
today, as in the past, is all about COLOR, FREEDOM,
ENCE & LOVE. We are passionate about vibrant COLORS, the
FREEDOM to dress the way you feel, the courage to be
DIFFERENT, with HUMOR and a LOVE of life!
It’s Made in Hawaii
Designer Jodi Salmonson lives in Kailua, Hawaii and is a
uate of the University of Hawaii ‘s Fashion Design Program.
The line is 100% made in Hawaii with Aloha.
These are the clothes you want to wear after a day at the
beach or a relaxing spa visit. Whether you are on vacation…or
just in vacation mode, these soft fabrics and easy shapes feel
good against your skin.
The collection of dresses and mix and match separates is vaca-
tion packing made fun and easy. Six “Martinique” pieces can
make over twenty looks. Check out the skirts that can also be
worn as tops or dresses. Layering is encouraged.
Sustainable silk chiffon and bamboo jersey make for a suitcase
that’s lightweight and easy on the environment. Please do not
iron. Wrinkles won’t hang around.