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Honolulu Night Market’s back on Saturday, November 16th and this month’s theme is SPLURGE. Check out which local vendors will be lining up in the Pinch of Salt warehouse and get ready to do some holiday shopping. And as part of this month’s theme, retail vendors will be offering one or more products at 20% off during an ‘earlybird trunk show’ from 6-7 pm. So come early and then fuel up for round 2 with Honolulu Night Market’s onolicious food vendors – 6-11 pm on 11/16!
There’s a place to shop for everyone on your holiday list: Oahugrown Clothing for t-shirts and snapbacks and mobile boutique Roam Hawaii for a collection of vintage beach bags, jewelry and Issa De’ Mar’s cute bikinis. Check out the SPLURGE Honolulu Night Market Saturday, November 16 from 6-11 pm at 683 Auahi Street.
On Saturday night, concierge styling service Salt + Sand will open their first public pop up shop featuring hand-picked styles – stop, shop and enter giveaways from 6-11 pm, plus shop a select rack of clothing at 20% off as part of the Honolulu Night Market earlybird trunk show from 6-7 pm. And find handmade ocean-inspired jewelry at the Honolulu Night Market at Ocean Dreams Hawaii’s booth like delicate bangles, earrings, rings and necklaces.
Local artist Sergio Garzon will be bringing his steamroller printing skills to Kaka’ako on Saturday night with a special “Print Bigger” pop-up art installation. Garzon will take the helm of a steamroller to create a 700 square foot woodblock “The Printing of a Giant Squid” live at Honolulu Night Market – crowd participation is encouraged, and bring your own t-shirts for customized steamroller printing.
Our fashion show this month features none other than local up-and-coming designer and stylist Matt Bruening, a graduate of UH Manoa’s Fashion Design program. Matt will be assisted by Lindsey Higa, of fashion blog Pineapple Ice. We asked Matt about what inspired him for this show, and what kind of styles to expect on the runway. Here’s what he said:
“The name of the collection is ‘Morning View,’ and it’s a resort collection compiled of flowy silks, rayon and knits,” Matt said.
“The inspiration comes from a camping trip i had out at Makua (in Makaha, where I’m from). I woke up to a beautiful sunrise which I pulled a lot of the colors from.”
“The waves were rolling in, the sand was soft, the cool breeze was flowing, and my direct inspiration is the vibe I got from that moment of just feeling free and tied to nothing at all, which is why there is a lot of fluidity and drape to the collection.”
“We’re aiming toward blending a more urban and edgy Boho touch with it to give the collection a little more. The assortment is pretty versatile, with jumpsuits, pants, tops, dresses and some graphic tees too.”
Don’t miss this month’s fashion show, on the Main Stage at 8 p.m.!
All photos by Desmond Centro. Model: Nalani Ravela. Shot in Williamsburg, New York.
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Join us this Saturday night:
Saturday. November 16th
683 Auahi St in Kakaako
(between Restaurant Row and Ward Center)
More reasons to shop the Honolulu Night Market: Aloha Sailor’s vintage nautical designs on clothing and accessories and from 6:00-7:00 pm, save 25% off merchandise as part of Honolulu Night Market’s early bird trunk show. Plus Vermilli will be in the warehouse with unique handmade designs inspired by the surf and street. And don’t forget to swing by Indi Ocean Designs’ booth for handcrafted jewelry and 20% off all items for early birds from 6:00-7:00 pm. Calling all lovers of the ocean, Saturday November 16th starting at 6:00 pm!
Splurge doesn’t have to apply to just shopping at Honolulu Night Market – indulge your appetite November 16 with tons of onolicious food trucks and vendors. Stop by Taste of Indonesia for curries, sate and other authentic Indonesian dishes, Aloha Pops for handcrafted gelato and sorbetto on a stick and Hula Shrimp truck for shrimp plates and other local plate favorites.