Founded in Hawaii in 2006, Aloha Army strives to reflect the current state of culture on the islands. For their Spring 2013 line, the brand has enlisted the help of model and photographer Brooke Dombroski to produce a series of photographs that truly encapsulate the sun, sea sand and characteristics that make up the Aloha Army style. Featured is their iconic ‘Aloha’ hat in new colorways as a snapback, as well as introducing the ‘War Club’ which is a design based off a traditional Hawaiian weapon made of wood and sharks’ teeth. The Spring 2013 line will be available at all In4mation storefronts and retailers worldwide from September 14, as well as online. [See More]
In4mation released its 2013 summer lookbook, shot by Los Angeles’s own Ja Tecson. Famed for his fluency with streetwear photography, Ja took In4mation to the streets of his home base, LA, and produced a lookbook that exudes a light and laid back vibe for the summer season. Offering up apparel and accessories for men and in some instances modified for women, the collection features a variety of hand-drawn tees and a series of hats, including a stand-out yellow and black duck canvas crossbones hat. Available at select retailers in the United States this week and set to be available worldwide soon after, check the In4mation website for more details. [See More]
With a brick and mortar located in Honolulu and an unyielding disposition towards streetwear, it was only a matter of time before Crooks & Castles teamed up with local imprint In4mation on a collaborative venture. Titled The Infamous, the capsule collection sees both brands’ bold motifs interspersed across a number of snapbacks, vests, tees and lighters. Shot in the Lamborghini car park by Luke Aguinaldo, we get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the lookbook modeled by the statuesque Daniella Stannard. “The Infamous” capsule will be available at both Crooks & Castle Hawaii and In4mation store-fronts beginning Saturday, July 20 and online at In4mants.com beginning Monday, July 23.
The Hundreds has announced the release of the Hawaii collection, encompassing a 7-piece capsule line. The collection will be available exclusively at The Hundreds’ Hawaii stockists beginning May 24th. The capsule collection comprises three graphic tees, two tanks, a snapback and a drink coozie–all inspired by classic Hawaiian iconography and everyday beach attire. Ben and Bobby Hundreds will be holding a signing at Blue Hawaii’s Pearlridge location this week. [See More]
Forbes' reporters Morgan Brennan and Claire O'Connor discuss the Oracle CEO Larry Ellison's most recent investment: Lanai, the 6th largest Hawaiian island. Ellison, the founder of Oracle Corp., has agreed to buy 98% of the island of Lanai from David Murdock, a Los Angeles billionaire who controls Dole Food Co. and many other businesses under Castle & Cooke Inc. According to documents filed with Hawaii's Public Utilities Commission, the purchase will include two resort hotels and two golf courses with clubhouses. The sale price has not been disclosed, but local observers value the deal at more than $500 Million. Enjoy.
Rocsi Diaz wasted no time in stripping off to reveal her incredible figure during her holiday with boyfriend Eddie Murphy in Hawaii. The former BET 106 & Park host is currently enjoying a vacation with her rumored new beau and his children on the tropical island. Rocsi was spotted yesterday frolicking on a beach in Maui wearing a green aztec two-piece bikini which revealed her enviable toned figure and abs. [See & Read More]
Nicki Minaj is making some men (and a few women) happy with the latest shots released from her Starships music video. All that booty and hips is definitely too hot for TV. Flicks from the video set in Hawaii have surfaced online and it looks as though Nicki is preparing some summer sickness for her Barbz and Kens as she dons a tiny pink bikini to show off all of the curvalicious ridiculousness she has in store. [See Photos]
Basking sharks, the second-largest fish on the planet, were once plentiful along the Pacific coast of North America, gathering by the hundreds and even the thousands. Now, it's a rare treat to see even one of these ocean giants.
Yet within the space of just a few days, satellite technology has offered scientists an unprecedented look at the mysterious wanderings of this elusive fish. On February 2nd, a basking shark tagged with a tracking device in June 2011 suddenly checked in near Hawaii — after eight months of silence. [Read More]
Those who enjoy the service and accommodations at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts can now indulge in a 22-day Around the World by Private Jet vacation organized by the brand.
Since the first excursion sold out, Four Seasons has planned a second trip for just 78 globe-trotting guests who will travel to 10 locations on a private Boeing 757 specifically designed for the trip. [See & Read More]