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By Kait Hanson | July 8, 2016
Centuries before Fiberglas or epoxy boards became mainstream, Hawaiian surfers of old turned to the indigenously designed alaia to command the waves of Waikīkī and other famous breaks throughout the islands. Characterized by thin wood and a square tail, the...
By Kai Andersen | July 8, 2016
A part of Hawaiian history has come to life. In 1779, Kalani‘ōpu‘u, the reigning ali‘i (chief) of Hawai‘i Island, presented his prized ‘ahu ‘ula (feathered cape) and mahiole (feathered...
Tara Boone | Photography by Olivier Koning | July 8, 2016
Serving up a parade of culinary sensations since opening a few months ago, Fête has truly lived up to its name. Meaning celebration in French, the resto indeed offers a sophisticated festival for the taste buds. This labor of love of...
By Beth Weitzman and Becca Hensley | July 1, 2016
In a remote corner of the Pacific, Hawke’s Bay on New Zealand’s North Island, we’re sipping local sauvignon blanc in a farmhouse. But this isn’t your granddaddy’s ranch house or barn. With panoramic views of...
By Jasmine Lombardi | July 1, 2016
Maui-born Jennifer Binney had a dream position with tastemaking resort retailer Seaside Luxe: She went on buying trips across the world, attending fashion weeks in London, New York and Paris. During one Paris Fashion Week, Binney spotted a clutch featuring a...