Shop locally designed gift sets from No’eau Designers at Ka Makana Ali’i

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Looking for unique gift ideas this holiday season? No’eau Designers at Ka Makana Ali’i features 150 local designers in one store! It’s the perfect place to support local, especially with brand new gift sets, handcrafted apparel, accessories, home goods and more. HI Now host Kainoa Carlson got a preview of some of its offerings.

No’eau Designers was established in January 2017 with a desire to inspire and uplift all local artists. With a deep connection to its roots and community, No’eau offers a marketplace that is based on Hawaiian values. There you’ll find a variety of made-in-Hawaii artists and products, making it a one-stop-shop for customers.

Whether you are looking for clothing, jewelry, accessories, bath and body products, an ukulele or even a poi pounder, you’ll find it at No’eau Designers! The shop also offers a variety of Hawaiian cultural workshops and host different pop-ups and trunk shows throughout the year.

This holiday season, No’eau Designers has four different gift sets available for the snack lover to the beach bum and even that person on your list who’s been wanting to learn more about Hawaiian language.

This holiday season, it’s more important than ever to shop local. More than 50 percent of the businesses at Ka Makana Ali’i are locally owned and operated. No’eau Designers was founded on the desire to support local artisans and now features 150 local designers in the store, including Weslyn’s Creative Feathers and PōMahina Designs.

Weslyn’s Creative Feathers features various lei from lei wili poepoe, to lei ponimō’ī, lei kamoe, and more. PōMahina means a clear and bright moon. Owned and designed by Kanoelani Davis on Molokai, PōMahina Designs is imbued with culture, tradition and aloha in contemporary fashion. The brand creates men’s, women’s and keiki apparel, shoes and accessories.

No’eau Designers is also offering Kōkua and Mālama kits. When a customer buys one kit, No’eau will donate another to a kupuna at the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center or the homeless shelter in Kalaeloa. The kit includes travel hand soap, travel hand sanitizer, a fabric mask, and a KN95 mask.

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