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Don't freak out if you're at Ward Warehouse today and it looks like a crime scene at one of the stores.
All the yellow tape, evidence bags and other forensic items you'll see at In4mation are part of the "Dressed to Kill" exhibition that takes place from 7 to 10 p.m.
"We're doing (this) to pretty much cover the history of the participants in what they are doing in the market of apparel," says In4mation's Todd Shimabuku. "We're also going to be giving a complete list of accomplishments ... to give our consumers a better insight of the designs that they do."
Designers like Alyasha Owerka-Moore (co-creator of Phat Farm), Dennis Calvero (Ecko Unlimited) and Anthony Harrison (Akademiks) have all designed displays for the exhibition, and Hawaii residents Ian GinozaJules Gayton (Stussy/Leilow) and Rhandy Tambio (In4mation/Ecko) will also take part. Keith Kanagusuku (In4mants Web Design) and Invisible:Man will represent Japan, and Killer of Giants photographer Angela Boatwright rounds out the list of featured artists.
Following the exhibition, an afterparty is scheduled at Indigo. DJs Delve, 45 and Mr. Inc will spin, with Gayton also jumping on the decks. Call 597-1447 ...
STILL HAVEN'T decided what to do for New Year's Eve? If you've got the money, "Ho'omaka Hou 2005" at the Sheraton Waikiki should be a lot of fun. The Makaha Sons, Robi Kahakalau and Kanilau open the show, followed by Kapena. The Opihi Pickers and Herb Ohta Jr. will also perform, and KCCN FM-100's Billy V will split hosting duties for the evening with Japanese radio personality Mihiko Taylor. Tickets start at $85; call 931-8383 ... The Living Room at Fisherman's Wharf will offer a great view of the fireworks tomorrow night, with Israeli producer Moshic and underground hip-hop MC Seven Star headlining the party. DJs Archangel, Rise-Up, Wrong One, Konception, BassX and Niko will also be on hand. E-mail email@example.com for info ... And nightlife veteran Peter Maharaj will unveil his new Maharaja Ultra Lounge in the Waikiki Beach Marriott Hotel at 10 p.m. Las Vegas DJ Scott Stubbs will be joined by Universal Joint in providing the night's entertainment. Call 923-7252 for info on this new nightspot ...
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