Find your perfect ‘fit at the new Pinch of Salt Warehouse this Saturday! Whether you’re looking for a popular brand or wanting to support local, these night market vendors will have a variety of options to keep your shopping bags full!
Supporting mainly made in Hawaii (or USA) designers Kailua boutique, Global Village is a great stop. They offer a product mix of at least 35% from small, eco-minded, or charitable businesses. They’ll have Flash Tattoos, seamless dresses, spring florals, and more!
Keeping things “BASIC and UNIQUE” and bringing you the latest in contemporary fashions is Basique Threads. With on-trend brands like Blaque Label, 19th & Whimsy, Insight, Panacea Design and more they’ll have a variety of fashion picks for night market shoppers.
Embracing the balance of fashion, motherhood, business, health & wellness, & everything in between is Londyn Empire Fashions. An apparel and accessories shop perfect for the fashionistas out there!
Join Issa de’ mar as they showcase their new Spring/Summer 2014 swimsuit collection ESCAPE at Honolulu Night Market’s fashion show this month.
ESCAPE is based around travel with each suit being named after one of the designers’ favorite travel destinations or one that is still on the “to do” list.
Featuring jewelry from BYCHARI, Melinda-Y-Butler, & Nicole Kay Designs, styled by Jade Rabut with makeup & hair by MOTIVES, let the show take you on an escape to a new destination!
It’s beach season all year long, so stock up on suits, coverups and more at this month’s Honolulu Night Market!
Launched in March 2013, swimsuit line Issa de Mar is quickly growing in popularity on the islands. The designs are fresh with unique cutouts and shapes, so be sure to stop by and check out pieces from their most recent collection, ESCAPE.
Bringing color, texture and pattern into people’s lives are the designs of JANA LAM. Jana makes beach bags clutches and more with fun and colorful prints!
Beachy-chic boutique from the North Shore, Guava Shop features a variety of beach essentials from brands like Acacia, Posh Pua Swimwear, Malie and more PLUS their own leather clutches and apparel. You’re also not going to want to miss their Easter egg game; stop by their booth and pick an egg for discounts between 10-20% off or get that golden egg and win a $100 GC that can be used toward your purchase for the evening.
Shop both men’s and women’s apparel with these local brands at the Pinch of Salt warehouse.
FIRN Collective is a brand concept based on “a respect for nature, the appreciation of art culture and the intrigue of permaculture design”. By using non-toxic materials in their products, FIRN Collective exemplifies their vision of having style in mind with nature at heart.
We’re also happy to welcome back one of February Honolulu Night Market’s fashion show brands, Puffer Hawaii. Their designs illustrate the beauty of Hawai’i lifestyle and culture, focusing on the essence of island life and the people.
Waialua store, Woolley Brothers Hawaii will also be joining us with their line of tees and hats.
The new Pinch of Salt Warehouse will have night market attendees fully accessorized with these jewelry vendors.
Melinda-Y-Butler specializes in handmade jewelry that’s inspired by the beauty of both Hawaii and Japan. With designs that are meant to transcend all age groups, they can transition from work to play to special occasions with ease.
BYCHARI offers a modern take on her handcrafted designs. All pieces layer, stack, mix and match which offers ultimate versatility.
Enjoy the natural beauty of gemstones from Nicole Kay Designs. Necklaces and earrings are made with Agate, Quartz, shells and more.
Don’t miss all the retail goods that the Pinch of Salt warehouse has to offer this month, see you on April 19th!
Honolulu Night Market is back! RE-imagined, RE-booted and on our new block!
You can adorn yourself from head to toe with these retail vendors at the Pinch of Salt Warehouse tomorrow! Make your first stop, Pure Joy Adornments whose uniquely designed pieces are adorned with beautiful semi-precious stones and are accented with natural elements such as horn, pearls, & shells.
Our next jewelry vendor, Beachcomber Design has great handcrafted jewelry and home decor all made in Hawai’i. Handcrafted and designed by Tricia and Cori, they use abalone, mother of pearl, local beachcomber shells and more.
Get pretty with Maleana Cosmetics who will be joining us at Honolulu Night Market for the first time! Receive expert tips from the Maleana Cosmetics team, preview Spring 2014 colors, get 20-50% Off on beauty products and $25 Mini-Glam makeovers. You can even enjoy a free Airbrush Makeup application with a purchase of $50 or more.
Accessories are not just for the ladies…shop the funky, colorful belts from Hippy Chic Designs and HERO.
Additionally, Truffaux will have their fine, on-trend woven hats; both available in styles for men and women.
Just a couple of days until Honolulu Night Market, and we’re getting excited! Check out what these retail vendors have in store for you on Saturday.
From the Big Apple to the Pineapple, popular promotions and street wear brand, Digs Hawaii will be releasing their Digs X Sneaktip NYC capsule collection. They’ll be dropping the spring line full of a variety of crew necks, hoodies and hats.
Shop local with these next two retail vendors at the Pinch of Salt Warehouse. Locally owned and produced brand, Butigroove and exclusive carrier for the HI Life brand will have the ready-to-wear, casual apparel for both men and women.
Making their first appearance at Honolulu Night Maket is Truestory Textstiles. Hawaiian-owned and operated, their designs reflect a heavy influence of Hawaiian culture and Hip Hop. Remember, each t-shirt is printed in limited quantities; so you really don’t miss them this weekend!
The Honolulu Night Market at Kaka‘ako is moving to Cooke Street. Join us for “Pack it Up,” a Moving Sale featuring vintage finds, furniture, fixtures and more.
Saturday, February 22nd | 10am to 2pm | Pinch of Salt Warehouse | 683 Auahi Street in Our Kaka`ako.
Music by DJ Deko
Free Parking at 555 South St. and the former COMP USA parking lot.