Rounding out the Pinch of Salt warehouse are these local brands. Inspired from a variety of things from Hawaii to illustrations, you’re sure to find your style at Honolulu Night Market.
Browse through the unique apparel and popular pineapple tees from Digs Hawaii.
Streetwear brand, Alucive showcases art through illustrations and focuses on the human imagination and the amazing things it can invoke.
Check out the gear from Kaka’ako neighborhood shop, Illest Hawaii and their recent Summer ’14 Collection.
Don’t miss the Hawaiian and hip-hop influenced designs from Truestory Textstiles.
Shop local brand, HRD LCK who’ll be bringing both new and old goods for night market shoppers.
Inspired by the people and places of Hawaii, shop apparel, stickers and more from VH07V. They’ll also have exclusive, night market only specials, so come early!
Popular downtown pop-up juice bar, Impressed Juice returns to Honolulu Night Market this month. This time, they’re showcasing a newly launched food truck! Sip on their cold-pressed goodness with summer seasonal flavors like The Sugarland Cooler (watermelon) or their original green juice, the Nalo Press I.
Another downtown spot, Le Crepe Café will also be joining the line-up tomorrow.Enjoy a sweet crêpe for dessert or a savory crêpe for dinner!
You definitely won’t feel guilty by shopping with these environmentally friendly, animal-loving and up-cycling vendors!
Ecolicious is a line of you guessed it…eco-friendly bags, tees and dresses whose materials vary from canvas to fabrics from recycled Hawaiian muumuus and Aloha shirts.
Printed exclusively on Alternative Apparel, indie clothing line, Glyf is for both men and women who want different and exclusive garments.
Named Red Label Clothing for what RED represents…the color of love, passion, and good luck; get inspired and shop fashion with a positive message.
Wear great jewelry while supporting animals in need with Padma & Pickles Jewelry! Night market shoppers can take advantage of 20% off their jewels that benefit the Love Heals Animal Society on Oahu.
Finally, there’s nothing more eco-conscious than vintage shopping! Wahiawa humanitarian boutique, The Vintage will have their hand-picked treasures like vintage aloha shirts and 100% recycled fiber glass custom fins…plus, 100% of all proceeds are donated to the charity, Surfing The Nations.
The VW Club of Hawaii will be showcasing this Saturday at Honolulu Night Market. Enjoy their display of VW vintage cars like the ones pictured below:
Don’t miss the selection of awesome pieces by these guys in the art alley!
Stay on-trend this summer with these Pinch of Salt vendors…
Showcasing some of the most popular brands and styles is Ward boutique, Bamboo Sky. Stop by their booth and pick up summer staples from Jeffrey Campbell, Mink Pink and more! Alternatively, you can shop the ultra-stylish closet of Bamboo Sky owner, Tiffany. Tiff’s Thrifts will have her collection of apparel and accessories that are new and slightly used.
Online shop, Alohilani Boutique brings a selection of clothing, bikinis and accessories from beach and bohemian brands.
Offering hand-painted, 100% rayon dresses and rompers is Cantique Hawaii. The simple, one size fits most is easy to dress up or dress down for any occasion.
Hawaiian Fresh Farms brings with them the freshest and most sustainable food possible. Don’t miss their fresh summer specials this weekend!
Enjoy customer faves from Kau Kau Grill like their fall-off-the-bone ribs, garlic shrimp and more!
And finally, what’s summer without burgers and hot dogs? Beyond Burgers will have that and more including bacon-wrapped dogs and fruit-infused lemonades!
Be bright and beautiful with Akemi Swimwear. An online shop started by current Punahou student Kelli Santos, with a goal to provide cute swimwear for reasonable prices. Akemi offers brands like Soriya, Mila, Midori Swimwear and more.
Translating the beauty of Hawaii and their travels into unique swimwear is Issa de’ mar. Shop their current collection of summer prints and colors.
We’re also happy to welcome Hawaii’s first Vantique, Sealove Hawaii – a mobile boutique selling anything from beach cover-ups, swimsuits and apparel.
Fleur, a fresh flower bouquet market debuts at Honolulu Night Market this Saturday. Pick up beautifully arranged bouquets of various sizes and colors, perfect for summer!
For the flower child in all of us, you’re not going to want to miss the flower crowns by Paiko. They’ll also have DIY flower wrislets available for night market attendees.
Munch on the premium cookies and baked goods from No Ka Oi Cookie Company. All-natural and baked daily, flavors include Hawaiian chocolate-mac nut, buttery cornflake and gooey peanut butter.
Need something cold? Cool off with Il Gelato’s handcrafted gelato and sorbets. They focus on Hawaiian, Asian and traditional Italian flavors like lychee, stracciatella, cappuccino caramel and more.
If you prefer your frozen treats on a stick, Ono Pops has you covered. They boast a variety of pops that go straight from farm to stick, be sure to see what seasonal flavor they have on Saturday!