Featured jewelry line uses natural materials
Riches Kahala will feature the Elleface jewelry line during a trunk show from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Kahala Mall's MODE Lounge/Center Court.
Elleface is designed by Lori Anne Tomonari, who uses natural materials such as handpicked shells, coral and leather in her handcrafted bohemian-inspired necklaces.
The event is part of the mall's spring fashion showcase "Viva la Diva." Call 737-3303 for more information.
View the Elleface jewelry collection at Riches Kahala Saturday.
Be a fashion 'Star'
New faces are needed to grace the Star-Bulletin Style pages throughout the year, so we are launching a model search for those -- male, female, young and not so -- who want to be discovered.
Those without agency affiliation can submit a head shot and full-body shot true to your current appearance by e-mail to email@example.com by April 6. Or, send photos by snail mail to Model search, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 7 Waterfront Plaza, Suite 210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Photos will not be returned.
Include the following information: height, dress or shirt size, availability and phone number.
Those selected will be invited to a casting call, where the local designers behind Fighting Eel will also be seeking a female model for the company's Spring 2008 catalog.
The Fighting Eel winner will receive a photo shoot with Rona Bennett and will be featured in this paper and on the Fighting Eel Web site, as well as receive a five-piece Fighting Eel wardrobe valued at up to $750. We'll be watching for you!
New face of aloha
Tommy (pronounced Tammy) Hobbs (above) is the new face of Aloha Street, a company whose Web site, aloha-street.com, and Japanese- language magazine keeps Japanese visitors informed before, during and after their visits to Hawaii.
The 17-year-old Iolani School student replaces previous model and University of Hawaii graduate Caitlin Edwards, whose nine-year association with Aloha Street made her a celebrity in Japan.
Tommy fit the bill of a multinational model with a fresh look who would appeal to Japanese women making travel plans for their families.
Philip Rickard Honolulu, a leading manufacturer of Hawaiian Heirloom jewelry, is hosting a Wedding & Diamond Event tomorrow through Monday at its Ala Moana Center location.
Designer and founder Philip Rickard will be at the boutique from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, along with Israeli-based diamond expert and distributor Moshe Hakemolo. Both will be available to answer questions and collaborate on designs with customers.
Rickard said the event will give customers an opportunity to "create the Hawaiian diamond piece of their dreams."
The boutique is on the center's ground level, next to the center stage. Store hours are 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays, to 11 p.m. Saturdays and to 5 p.m. Sundays.
For information, visit www.philiprickardhonolulu.com.