Fashion show of ‘Iolani lines coming to the Willows
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Fashion show of ‘Iolani lines coming to the Willows


    A jumpsuit is one of the casual styles in ‘Iolani’s Weekender line, one of five collections to featured in a fashion show during the Administrative Professionals Day luncheon April 28 at the Willows restaurant.


    A men’s shirt from ‘Iolani’s Downtown Honolulu line.


Local fashion house ‘Iolani will serve up a buffet of styles during the Administrative Professionals Day luncheon April 28 at the Willows restaurant. The company, founded in 1953 by Keiji and Edith Kawakami, will show designs from five collections, including playful pieces from its Hello Kitty collaboration with Sanrio; Downtown Honolulu’s modern men’s and women’s business attire; and trendy Urban Aloha fashions.

Clothes and accessories featured in the fashion show will be sold at an ‘Iolani pop-up store during the lunch.

The Willows will host an Administrative Professionals Week buffet from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 24 to 28. Cost is $27.95; $13.95 for children. The fashion show is April 28 only, at 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. The Willows is at 901 Hausten St.; call 952-9200.


Ease some of the stress of traveling by visiting the new massage spa at Honolulu Airport. Opened March 23 on the central concourse, Mana Lani Massage + Nails offers chair or table massages targeting the feet, hands, face and scalp, or full body, with prices starting at $17 for a 10-minute chair massage and $27 for a 15-minute table massage.

Although “nails” is in the name, those services are not yet available. The spa also sells its own products, including Haupia Body Butter, with unrefined coconut oil, aloe vera extract and vitamin E. Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily; call 834-4912.


The YWCA Oahu’s next Benefit Clothing Sale is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 26 and 27 at the Laniakea YWCA lobby, 1040 Richards St.

The sale features bargains on new and pre-owned name-brand women’s clothing and accessories, with most items priced at $5. The event supports the Dress for Success Program, which helps economically disadvantaged women re-enter the workforce “with confidence and style,” according to a news release. Shoppers are reminded to bring a reusable shopping bag.

Call 538-7061.

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