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    Silver clay jewelry by Candice Wakumoto will be among the items featured at the Take Five event at Waioli Tea Room Sunday.
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Dress up your burger

Q-pot, the Japanese accessory brand, is adding Hawaii-exclusive charms to its mix-and-match Golden Burger line on July 13. In addition to separate melting cheese sunglasses, beach sandals and avocado charms that will be available everywhere, Hawaiian surfer and plumeria crown charms will be sold exclusively at Q-pot’s Ala Moana Center store to bring an island touch to the burger necklace. Charms are priced $37 to $59.

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Brunch fashion show features Acid Dolls

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zweiner is launching a series of brunch fashion shows on the last Saturday of each month, with the Acid Dolls "Nautical Nice" Summer 1 collection making its debut at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.

Designer Cindy King’s ocean-inspired summer line is filled with nautical stripes, flirty florals and happy polka dots geared for a day of fun under the sun. All attendees will receive a $20 gift certificate for in-store purchases of more than $75 at Acid Dolls on the second floor of the Royal Hawaiian Center.

Check-in begins at 11 a.m., with brunch at 11:30. The restaurant will offer its regular brunch menu, as well as a special $35 set menu that includes a cocktail, appetizer and entree choice of eggs Benedict, French toast, omelet, rigatoni bolognese or petit filet mignon (for an extra $10).

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is on Level 3 of the Royal Hawaiian Center. Free parking with validation.

Call 922-3600 for reservations.

5 artists offer treats for the eyes and tummy

Five local artists are teaming up once again for the Take Five sale of handmade clothing, jewelry, handbags and baked goods from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday at Waioli Tea Room, 2950 Manoa Road.

Up for grabs will be clothing by Wendy Kim Messier, silver clay and stone jewelry by Candice Wakumoto, fabric handbags by Lynda Sakraida of Hadji Baba Bags, edibles from Charlotte Tanaka of Sweet Charlotte and bead and pendant jewelry by Cora Yee.

Vintage clothing shops reach out to brides

Mellow Antiques & Catherine’s Closet present a "Vintage Bride" trunk show from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.

Brides will enjoy free mimosas and cupcakes courtesy of Cake Couture, while learning ways to add a romantic, vintage flair to their big day. For example, that traditional "something old" might include a vintage hat or fascinator, gloves or crystal earrings.

The event will take place at Mellow Antiques in the Davies Pacific Center, 841 Bishop St. Register by calling 533-6333 or email shop@mellowantiques.com.

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