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Elisa Junge, Advertiser fashion forum member and an assistant at Bottega Antoine salon, indulges in her passion for faux flower accessories. This pink silk rose on her dress is by Karin’s Garden, the design firm providing Sarah Jessica Parker with the flowers she wears on “Sex and the City.” The handbag is by Honolulu designer Betsy Wilson, who calls her line Petal Passion. Her bags range from $60 to $105.

Gregory Yamamoto • The Honolulu Advertiser

Island Style
Fashion in bloom

The current "It" accessory is the faux flower in all its glorious forms. It's a trend that works for any age, from infant to tutu — and any budget.
Accessory crafted from 'secret recipe'
Fashion calendar

Fashions designed for the wheelchair
Not many fashion designers think about what it takes to design for the physically disabled. But Joyce Arizumi does. She's in a wheelchair.

Show breathes life into stuffed Pooh
A brand-new showcase for the storied cuddle toy, Disney Channel's live-action series "The Book of Pooh" is as lovable as its hero and as lush and inviting as the Hundred Acre Wood.

Two reggae tributes to honor the late Bob Marley

A mammoth reggae tribute honoring Bob Marley, the pioneering force in modern-day Jamaican music, will be held at 5 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Blaisdell Arena.

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Japanese star to take stage in Waikiki
Hideki Saijo, a veteran Japanese performer, will give a concert at 8 p.m. Sunday in the Hawai'i Ballroom of the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel. The concert marks his 30th anniversary in show business.
Producers delay decision on future of 'Baywatch'
A decision on the likelihood of a third season of "Baywatch Hawai'i," which was expected yesterday, was postponed by the production's London-based owners, Pearson Television.
Wayne Harada
Show Biz
Nabors sporting shades; Iz a hit on AOL
Jim Nabors' shiner; Portlock to add Island music to its dinner mix; 'Aloha Waikiki' show at new DFS Galleria is not to be missed; "Al Waterson and You' marks ninth anniversary.

• Island Sounds
Keola Beamer celebrates Island pride in new album
Carrying on a family tradition, Keola Beamer sings of 'ohana and 'aina in his newest album, declaring his unending respect for and admiration of his Island roots.

Audio sample of "Island Born" by Keola Beamer. in mp3 or RealAudio format. RealAudio requires a plug-in.
Audio sample of "Ami Ami Slack Key" by Led Kaapana and Bob Brozman. in mp3 or RealAudio format. RealAudio requires a plug-in.

Joan Namkoong
• Quick Bites
Bigger brewpub in Kona
The Brewpub Oasis, part of the Kona Brewing Co. facility in Kailua-Kona, on the Big Island, has just expanded to provide more seating. Kona Brewing Co. hopes to play host to small concerts and private functions.
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