Channel the effortless chic of a bygone area with these vintage and vintage-inspired spring hits.
Photographer: Ijfke Ridgley of ijfke.com
Photographer Assistant: Carsten Kalkman
Fashion Editor: Yu Shing Ting
Model: Annika Bauer, Niche Models and Talent
Makeup Artist: Kecia Littman of keciabella.com
Hair Stylist: Jake Acedo
On location: Turtle Bay Resort, Kahuku Farms
Vintage Kiyomi by Ê»Iolani sportswear dress 'Made in Honolulu for Waltah Clarke's Hawaiian Shops'; Kayu 'Pina' clutch $127 from REBECCA BEACH; Alexis Bittar necklace $595 from NORDSTROM; Maui Divers Jewelry 14k rose gold ring set with an 18.6-carat morganite and diamonds .56 carat total weight $4,825.
About the Setting
For this issue’s Women’s and Men’s fashion features, HILuxury did a little bit of time travelingâ€”back to an era filled with what is now considered vintage HawaiÊ»i fashions. Some of the pieces seen on these pages are true vintage wear; others are vintage-inspired. But, each setting is the real deal.
We found the untouched coastline and pristine greenery seen in these pages at Turtle Bay Resort and Kahuku Farms.
Turtle Bay Resort, the North Shore’s only resort, is a destination that celebrates adventurous travelers. This has never been truer than today, as Turtle Bay Resort honors off-the-beaten-path discovery through an unrivaled array of fresh experiences, served with a complete rebranding and a major, resort-wide renovation totaling $45 million.
Guests can revel in some of the resort’s legendary scenery at the new “outdoor living room,” The Point, which has been completely remodeled and expanded, and which now includes a stage and high-quality surround sound for live music and entertainment. Designed for kicking back and socializing near the pool and shoreline, The Point is known for its expertly crafted cocktails and locally sourced cuisine, unrivaled sunset views and close proximity to Kuilima Point. turtlebayresort.com
Kahuku Farms, a family-run farm that spans three generations, provided us with lush backgrounds: banana patches and fields of flowers. Located off Kamehameha Highway, visitors can stop in every day, except Tuesday, for a farm tour on a tractor-pulled wagon ride. Or, visit the Farm CafÃ© for a smoothie, coffee, panini, pizza or ice cream. (Do not miss the grilled banana bread topped with ice cream and the farm’s vanilla caramel and vanilla haupia) You can even take home some Kahuku Farms goodies, such as Kahuku Vanilla Caramel or bath and body products made from ingredients found at the farm. kahukufarms.com