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ANDRE KIM PHOTOS
A fashion show featuring the work of Korean designer Andre Kim will be staged to celebrate KBFD-TV's 20th anniversary.
Korean designer featured in fashion show
KBFD-TV will celebrate its 20th anniversary, in partnership with the University of Hawaii at Manoa College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, with a Feb. 15 fashion show featuring Korea's Andre Kim.
Over four decades, Kim's work has been shown in capital and principal cities worldwide, and he was the first fashion designer invited to show his designs in front of Egypt's pyramids.
On the presentation of his first fashion show in Paris in 1966, a writer for Le Figaro described his designs as "works of a magician from a fairyland."
His designs are whimsical and glamorous confections demonstrating a fearless approach to color and silhouette that should make for a theatrical show.
The show at the Hilton Hawaiian Village will start with no-host cocktails at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner and a fashion show.
ANDRE KIM PHOTOS
Models walk Korean designer Andre Kim's dresses.
Tickets are priced at $200. Tables of 10 are available for $2,000, $3,500 and $5,000, with proceeds benefiting CTAHR's Apparel Product Design and Merchandising Program.
For tickets, call 956-6016 or e-mail email@example.com.
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The "Mange Too" massage bar from Lush contains honey and vanilla scents.
Get a tasty massage
Don't get carried away by adding Lush's new "Mange Too" edible massage bar ($7.95) to your diet, but you know how it goes when massages turn to kisses and the likelihood of tasting icky creams and oils.
The massage bar, containing honey, vanilla and sweet orange flavors and peppermint essential oil, was designed to taste better than the usual massage products.
Presented in a solid honeycomb design, the bar melts to your touch, and some customers like the honey scent so much that they've been using it as a solid perfume for wrists and neck.
Meanwhile, Lush's heart-shaped golden "Love Bug" sparkle bar ($5.95), containing orange blossom and neroli scents, performs triple duty as a massage bar, rub-on scent and source of shine and glitter to add to décolletage, shoulders and arms before a night out.
The products are available at Lush, Ala Moana Center.
Valentine's Day help
Kahala Mall will be host a Valentine's gift registry event, "What a Girl Really Wants," on Saturday and Sunday. Women can help their sweethearts get a clue by picking up a registry card and listing their favorite indulgences and wishes for Valentine's Day. Drop the card off at Center Court to be mailed to their significant other.
Women can also enter to win a Marsha Nadalin Salon and Spa day and other prizes. On these two days, shoppers making same-day purchases of $75 or more will also receive a signature Kahala Mall shopping tote key ring.
On Feb. 11 and 12, "What a Guy Really Wants" will give the men a chance to shop for their sweethearts and win something great for themselves.
For more information, call 732-7736.