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New custom fabric heralds next phase for apparel line

  • COURTESY SIMPLY SISTERS BY LOLA MILLER DESIGNS
    Regina Miller models Lola Miller Designs’ Heidi Piilani dress in the company’s new, exclusive monstera fabric, available in several color combinations.
  • COURTESY SIMPLY SISTERS BY LOLA MILLER DESIGNS
    Regina Miller models the Heidi Piilani dress in the company’s new, exclusive Lola Monstera fabric designed by a local artist and manufactured in Bali. The top-grade rayon fabric was recently delivered to Miller and is being made primarily in to dresses, given the large design.The top-grade rayon fabric was recently delivered to Miller and is being made primarily in to dresses, given the large design.
  • COURTESY SIMPLY SISTERS BY LOLA MILLER DESIGNS
    Regina Miller in the Norma blouse, worn off the shoulder, in the red and white version of the Lola Monstera print, a Simply Sisters exclusive fabric. The fabric also is available in purple and green, and brown and green, Miller said.
  • COURTESY SIMPLY SISTERS BY LOLA MILLER DESIGNS
    Regina Miller, center, is the owner of Simply Sisters by Lola Miller Designs, but she credits her hula sisters with ideas for her designs and names the apparel after them, as well as after family members.From left to right, Jackie Sales-Iyo, is wearing “Lupe,” an off-the-shoulder blouse. Kim Pahio is wearing the Pulelehua, or butterfly blouse, which is among the company’s best sellers. Pomai Longakit is shown in a Tiffany dress.Miller is modeling the Chacha dress, named not for the dance, but a friend. Rae Cabatu is shown wearing a Tiffany dress, Norma Ishii is wearing an off-the-shoulder blouse named in her honor. Donna Atiz is shown in the Mikiala halter dress.

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