Thursday, September 26, 2002


Inside Jeanie Chun's salon, models Kimberly Kaoh, left, and Jenny Chung show some of her knits.

Tribute to Korea


The colors of the Korean traditional costume, the hanbok, will be presented in clothing created for the Korean Centennial Gala Fashion Show taking place noon Saturday at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Coral Ballroom.

The garments will be worn by beauty queens and such local celebrities as Hawaii's first lady, Vicky Cayetano; the city's first lady, Ramona Harris; plus Lynn Waihee, Jennifer Waihee, Jean Ariyoshi, Lynn Ariyoshi, Ann Kobayashi and governor candidate Mazie Hirono. Escorting them will be chief justice Ronald Moon, police chief Lee Donahue and Dalton Tanonaka.

The event opens with cultural exhibits at 10:30 a.m., followed by the luncheon/fashion show at noon. Tickets are $50.

Call 373-1852 or 261-1998 for information.

Dressing for holidays

Well, September zipped by. The holidays are on their way, and to get you in party mode, Macy's is hosting an informal presentation of the Exclusively Misook Holiday Collection.

Taking the three-piece approach to dressing, Misook's collection encompasses tops, bottoms and cardigans offering style and versatility beyond the holidays.

Paula Phem of Exclusively Misook will be in the Ala Moana store, in Bridge Sportswear, level three, to assist customers from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday.

The event is free. For more information, call 945-5894.


Cades deadline near

Monday is the deadline to make nominations for the 2001 Cades Awards for Literature.

The awards are presented annually in November to two Hawaii writers: one, a proven writer who has published a significant body of work of exceptional quality, and the second, an emerging writer whose work shows talent and promise.

To nominate someone, submit a letter citing reasons for your choice, and a brief resume of the candidate's work to: The Cades Award Committee, Hawai'i Literary Arts Council, P. O. Box 11213 Moiliili Station, Honolulu, HI 96826-0213. Call Henry Iwasa at 956-7357 for details.

Healthy and hapai

To mark women's health month, the Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Hawaii is hosting its "Healthy & Hapai: Look Good, Feel Great! Day" at Ala Moana Park's McCoy Pavilion tomorrow.

The event will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to provide pregnant women with information, and pampering, including makeup sessions, haircuts, breast-feeding consultations and smoking cessation consultations.

Call 951-5805 for details.

Spread the word about holiday fairs

It's September, so that means Christmas is two weeks away, or so it seems. A spate of craft fairs and events will take place between now and mid-December and we want to know where.

So here are some calendar deadlines for our master lists. Don't worry if you don't yet have your act together; we'll always have room for late additions our weekly calendars.

>> Craft fairs: Due tomorrow
>> Halloween events: Due Oct. 4
>> Christmas: Due Nov. 20

Do some basic journalism by including the when, where, what and who you gonna call information. If you have any photos of past events send those too. Prints, slides and jpegs are OK. (No photos will be returned).

Send details to: Craft fairs/Halloween/Christmas, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 500 Ala Moana, 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. You can also e-mail

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