August marks the second fashion show that local fashion editor and stylist Geremy Campos takes the lead on.
The 23-year-old stylist’s work ranges from fun to edgy and moody to straight-up sophisticated. Geremy, who has been featured in Modern Luxury Hawaii magazine’s ‘Best of the Islands’ issue (March ’13) for his work as a stylist and currently works for the fashion sections of JTB and Pacific Basin Communications, will be focusing on two Hawaii-born labels this month: The Fall/Winter 2013 collection of Aloha Rag’s label, AR Brand, plus contemporary jewelry line Julia Chu for La Muse.
What’s the word on what to look forward to at this fashion show?
“Expect relaxed and boxy silhouettes set against handmade Swarovski embellished jewelry made specially just for Night Market,” Campos said.
Catch his sophisticated styles at 8 p.m. on the Main Stage!
By Chari’s hand crafted jewelry, modern, delicate and versatile pieces will on sale at tomorrow’s Honolulu Night Market, plus locally-designed urban streetwear from FWERDGEAR. And make the time to check out Fragmented Time, featuring one-of-a-kind handmade pieces like this vintage circa 1930’s working watch leather cuff – only at the Honolulu Night Market!
Some bite sized previews to get you in the mood for tomorrow’s Honolulu Night Market event: Cake Works will be selling French macarons in Creamsicle, Kona cappuccino, salt caramel, lilikoi, chocolate, red velvet and strawberry guava flavors. Olay’s Thai will be serving up delicious Thai dishes, and The Pig and the Lady will have Vietnamese noodle soups and a banh mi bar, including the French dip banh mi.
The boys repping Oahu Grown’s Armed & Dangerous will be at Honolulu Night Market tomorrow night, featuring their newest camo design and duckgang colors – come early, these will sell out fast. The BASE Project’s booth will feature upcycled PVC bracelets and woven bags handmade in Africa, and stop by Bamboo Sky in the warehouse for great finds on women’s apparel and accessories from the popular Honolulu boutique.
Fabric Illusion will be in the warehouse Saturday night with highwaisted shorts, graphic tees, tote bags and their specialty and biggest selling item, pocket tees; all fabrics are upcycled, found or made from their original art and photography. Monstie Shop from Kauai will be at Honolulu Night Market too, with unique accessories for kids and babies like pocket t-shirts, hoodies with mini softies inside, tab blankets and traveling chalkboards, plus farmer’s market bags and pet accessories. VH07V, a new Hawaii lifestyle brand will be selling their wares, like a special new Jah design in dark chocolate and charcoal, with special, show only pricing.
Mamma mia – Waialua’s handmade pasta purveyor, Onda Pasta will be at the night market with beef ragu, basil pesto and corn pesto (sweet corn, pine nuts and bacon) sauces atop fresh noodles or Roman-style gnocchi. Plus, don’t forget to check out Rolls and Bowls, who will be making their Honolulu Night Market debut with custom sushi rolls and bowls with a hamachi featured filler of the night.
This Saturday night, Honolulu Night + Market has an electric line-up of dance performances, a fashion show and live music, plus street performers, aerial burlesque, live painting and more. Check out the entertainment schedule for #HNLNightMarket’s Summer Stage event:
7-7:30 – DIVERSE ART CENTER featuring Tahitian and Hip Hop dance numbers by both kids and adults
8-8:30 – FASHION SHOW styled by Geremy Campos featuring neutral tones and relaxed silhouettes from Aloha Rag’s fall ready-to-wear collection and Swarovski-embellished jewelry by Julia Chu for La Muse
10-11pm LIVE MUSIC BY STINKEYE led by Broadway actress and local girl Chloe Stewart featuring songs from rock musicals like Tommy, Jesus Christ Superstar, Rock of Ages as well as 80s and 90s rock music.
Samadhi Hawaii, a local aerial dance performance troupe, will be taking to the streets.
Improvhi will be doing improv in Diverse Art Center (time TBD) either, and Diverse will be opening their gates and will have live painting and dancing in the center at 604 Ala Moana Boulevard for the rest of the night.
Gillia will be having their first event sample sale Saturday at the Honolulu Night Market – stop by the warehouse to find tons of samples and summer pieces like rompers, cover-ups and tunics, plus great deals starting from $10. More women’s apparel is over at Londyn Empire Fashions’ booth, a newcomer to the Pinch of Salt warehouse. Fashionistas will want to check in at Mikinola’s pop-up for secondhand designer items from owner Dara Fujio’s locally inspired closet — jewelry, shoes and handbags will be on sale.
The Pinch of Salt warehouse will be filled with local vendors at the August 17th Honolulu Night + Market. Get your shop on and check out Pure Joy Adornments for unique earrings, necklaces, bracelets and rings made with semi-precious stones and accented with natural elements like horn, pearls and shells. Little Circles Everywhere will also be in the warehouse selling one-of-a-kind wearable art made out of paper — check out their prints, iPhone cases, skins, throw pillows, jewelry and t-shirts. Treehouse, a creative arts shop for kids and adults in Kaka‘ako, will be selling arts and crafts for kids and adults including new Inkodye Kits, Sunprint Kits, Isntaz 8GB Flash Drives & some film cameras. Something for everyone — check it out this Saturday night!