Milk And Honey Opens In Chinatown

Yu Shing Ting
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Wednesday - November 30, 2011

MILK AND HONEY OPENS IN CHINATOWN

Milk and Honey, a new women’s boutique, has opened in Chinatown at 1129 Smith St. (between Hotel and Pauahi streets).

The store carries apparel, shoes, jewelry, purses and sunglasses, as well as bath and body products. Some of the brands you’ll find include House of Harlow 1960 sunglasses and jewelry, Tokyo Milk Dark, REPORT shoes, Soludos shoes, Low Luv jewelry, JJ Winters handbags and Dolce Vita clothing. “We are one of the few stores to carry House of Harlow 1960 jewelry, but our collection is the most extensive,” note owners Patricia Chang and Christine George. “We also carry the highly coveted headpieces from Nicole Richie’s HoH collection. In addition, we have some pieces from the very adorable Disney Couture Collection as well as MM Couture clothing from L.A. “Ninety-five percent of our products are priced at under $100, and we try to purchase clothes made in the U.S.A. for quality purposes.”


For more information, visit milkandhoneyhawaii.com or call 533-3343.

TOMS STYLE YOUR SOLE AT WHOLE FOODS

Hawaii residents can step it up by purchasing a pair of shoes that go the extra mile at Whole Foods Market’s TOMS Style Your Sole event Dec. 3.

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. local artists will be on-site at the Kahala Mall store creating custom-designed TOMS canvas shoes as participants purchase them from the store.

For every pair of shoes sold, TOMS will donate a pair of shoes to a child in need as part of the company’s One for One campaign.

Eight artists from across Oahu will be unleashing their creative talents for a good cause, including Jamie Allen, Solomon Enos, Ryan Higa, Byron Inouye, Christopher Lum, Jon J. Murakami, Cade Roster and Masako Schwalbenitz. Pairs of TOMS shoes can be purchased for $49.99 to wear home or wrap up for a unique holiday gift.

TOMS Shoes launched in 2006 with the mission to match every pair of shoes purchased with a pair of new shoes for a child in a developing country. As of September, more than one million pairs of shoes have been provided to youths in need around the world.


As part of the day’s festivities, Whole Foods Market also will showcase artwork from local keiki participating in the Honolulu Academy of Arts’ Art to Go program throughout the store.

For more information, call 738-0820.

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