Fall fashion, with an Island point of view
» Butt, how do I look?
Reader quiz: Match the pants with the man
» New designers
Meet talented Honolulu up-and-comers
» Wear abouts
Fashion news from an evolving city scene
» Fashion forum picks
These picks for fall raise your beauty quotient
Go classic or punk it up for a night out
Rusty Nishiyama shares her style secrets
» My Fashion Icon
Audrey Hepburn is Willow Chang's style muse
Profiles of three young artists
» Art scene
Opinion: Why can't local arts challenge more?
» Man about town
DJ Eskae takes us on a tour of his fave spots
» Cozy with cocktails
Set up your own bar and be ready to party
» Club guide
Wanna have fun? Check out these nightclub options?
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Harbor Center, 98-023 Hekaha St.,
Suite B1-9, 484-4413
1438 Kona St., Suite B
This year, DJ Eskae is hot in Hawai'i! The kid has seemingly been everywhere, spinning at resident DJ nights for Skyline at the Sheraton Waikiki, Soul Clap at thirtyninehotel and Favela Funk at NextDoor even Release, a monthly at the Sheraton's Point Restaurant on Kaua'i. His playlist is similarly international, including Brazilian baile funk, soul, hip-hop, house, '80s and dancehall. We asked the popular DJ how he got so fly ...
Ward Warehouse, 597-1447
1530 Makaloa St., 941-9191
Ward Centre, 591-8018
515 N. Kuakini St.
A. "Jelly's is one of the few spots for old-school used vinyl. I've known Norm, the owner, since back in the day. I grew up with his radio station, Radio Free Hawaii."
A. "I support Fitted. They've got hats galore all they got is hats. They're a local company also, so I rock what they've got.
A. "Liliha! I get the sweet-bread french toast, and the cornbread with jam is off the chain."
A. "I'm a sneaker guy: Gotta have my Jordans and Vans. I shop at In4mation and Kicks Hawaii. I know the dudes there, so it's like hanging out with the boys while shopping. Plus, they are local companies."