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Japanese fabric, silver creations on tap at Nui Mono


    A 100 percent yukata fabric dress by Lisa Wiemken, left. Pictured at right, heart earrings by Deb Kaneshiro.

The Nui Mono boutique in Moiliili will showcase designers Lisa Wiemken of Pittacus and Deb Kaneshiro of Kootsil at a trunk show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.

Wiemken combines new and vintage Japanese plaids, “yukata” and “tenugui” into one-of-a-kind tops and casual dresses.

Kaneshiro’s Splendid Silver Collection includes sterling silver earrings and pendants with 14-karat gold-filled accents. Some of her handcrafted pieces are polished, while others are oxidized for an antique finish.

The boutique is at 2745 S. King St. Parking is available behind the store and next door in the Kuhio Elementary School parking lot.

Call Lue Zimmelman at 946-7407 or email for more information.

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