We hope you enjoyed this month’s special ART edition of Honolulu Night Market! Our two warehouses were filled with installations from various artists, here’s a look at some of the exhibitions from The Present Project:
The fashion show, at its new home in the back alley was a big hit! Tyson Joines styled 40 gorgeous looks that kept the audience enthralled and applauding as each model walked the runway. We loved the finale…a sparkling blue dress and intricate crown, the epitome of mermaid-chic!
Want to see more photos? Check out these Honolulu Night Market albums below:
Try the handcrafted medicines for the skin and soul from Indigo Elixirs. Deanna Rose makes a variety of concoctions like oils, butters, salves and teas using local, healing and botanical ingredients. Feeling stiff from the work week? She’s brewing a fresh batch of Pain Salve for night market goers, so be sure to check her out!
Ecolicious returns with lots of new products along with their usual Ecolicious brand collection of canvas bags, tees and accessories.
Blue Bird Jewelry will be showcasing handmade bracelets, charm necklaces and earrings made with gems in a variety of styles! They’ll be selling tons of new pieces, follow them on Instagram (@bluebirdjewelryhawaii) for a sneak peek!
Creating original sterling silver pieces of jewelry is Beach 2 City. Stop by their booth and check out the new designs from their ‘Datura’ line.
Honolulu-based textile design and accessory company, Jana Lam is back this month! Each one of a kind piece is either hand-drawn, hand-printed and/or hand-sewn. From hats to clutches, her items have the most colorful and fun prints!
Contemporary Surf Art Gallery & Beach Culture Lifestyle Boutique in Waikiki, Greenroom Hawaii brings with them framed artwork, wood prints & artist iPhone cases from popular artist mainstays including Heather Brown, Andy Davis, Lat Reeder, Two Crows and more! They’ll also be selling tees and hats from a variety of brands.
With all the jewelry, accessories and art from these vendors, you’re sure to find a piece that’s just your style!
Designed with love in Hawaii and handmade in Thailand; Adhira‘s mission is to provide quality, comfort and inspiration with each piece. Shop apparel ranging from jersey dresses to beachy-chic rompers. Plus, they’ll be offering a 50% off sale on select dresses!
Making their first Honolulu Night Market retail appearance is HVN Apparel. Taking heir name from the abbreviation for HAVEN, their mission is to use quality apparel and accessories as a platform to share an experience. Honolulu Night Market Exclusive: The Indie | Pocket Tee (below) will only be available this Saturday.
Bikinis never go out of style, so why not pick a up a few new staples from Loco Boutique + Kaimana Beachwear! Both brands are made right here in Honolulu! Shop the 2014 collection or take advantage of the Loco Boutique blow-out sale of $5 bottoms, $10 tops and $15 one-piece suits!
Forgo the drive to Hawaii Kai and come to Kaka’ako to shop items from popular boutique, Mikinola. Always on-trend with the latest pieces, Mikinola offers brands like Indah, Stone Cold Fox, Finders Keepers and more!
This month, we are happy to bring back Tyson Joines to Honolulu Night Market. Saturday’s fashion show will be his second appearance styling the runway, and we can’t wait to see what he has in store!
He will be showcasing brands and boutiques from all over the island, including Bamboo Sky, S.tory Standards, We are Iconic, Fighting Eel and more. Plus, a few brands like Kaimana Beachwear and Mikinola who are also retail vendors this month.
Want a sneak peek? Check out our KITV4 segment this morning where Tyson shares some inspiration behind his runway show and a few pieces. WATCH >>>
(top image by: Kaimana Pine)
Love art? Then this is the event for you! Honolulu Night Market is partnering with the Present Project who will be taking over the Pinch of Salt retail warehouse in a month-long artist residency. The two warehouses which total 5,000 square feet will feature site-specific work from artists all over the country. It’s going to be a once in a lifetime showcase, we hope you’re just as excited as we are!
With over 20 retailers in the Pinch of Salt warehouse, everyone (including your keiki) will have something to shop for! Little Dew Drops will be showcasing a line of hand-painted organic infant and children’s clothing.
Popular Ala Moana boutique, Valerie Joseph Boutique will be selling their fresh and flirty pieces designed for women of all ages.
Inspired by the beauty of nature, Stephanie Boinay Art is full of bright and vivid colors! Browse her work and purchase giclee prints, matted prints and canvases.
Come early and make the Su-V Expressions Flower Market Pop-up your first stop. Pick from an array of flowers like sunflowers and lavender and watch as Sue arranges them into beautiful bouquets! It’s going to be their final night market appearance this summer season, so don’t miss out!
You can also browse through the one-of-a-kind wood pieces from Nak on Wood in the Pinch of Salt warehouse. Designed and constructed by the Nakamura brothers, items range from furniture pieces to wood frames.
Shop these socially conscious and eco-freindly brands and be at peace with your purchases from the Pinch of Salt warehouse!
Still & Moving Center features eco-friendly active-wear lines for men & women that are sustainably made in the US and Bali. Brands include: Lily Lotus, Onzie, Soul Flower and more!
Need yoga attire that are FRESH, FUN, and FREE? Om Bottoms offers fun prints that are eco-friendly and US made. Plus, their merchandise options always supports fellow small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Inspired by Hawaiian folklore are the designs of Natural Flow. Offering tees and hats from both men and women, each design reminds us all of our Natural Flow.
The Pinch of Salt retail warehouse isn’t just for the ladies…enjoy these apparel brands, focusing on the guys!
Aiming to inspire, remind, and stimulate those in the world to find their place is Topia Clothing. This Hawaii-based brand offers a collection of bright prints, images and a variety of logos.
Part of the Oahu Grown Clothing line is DEOCCUPY Hawaii, who aims to do their part to push education about illegal occupation of Hawaii. Shop their selection of branded t-shirts and the re-launch of their new line!
Started by teenagers and based out of Washington, lifestyle brand Imperial Motion debuts their line of tees, tanks, hats and board shorts to night market shoppers. Honolulu Night Market tip: stop by their booth and check out their heat-activated, color changing shirts!