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Kahala Mall handing out keys to unlock your style

March 5th, 2013

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Kahala Mall will be starting the spring season by giving away special keys that will unlock exclusive prizes and offers throughout the mall during the “Unlock Your Style” event beginning at noon Saturday.

The keys will be distributed to the first 250 fashionistas arriving at Center Court beginning at noon. Keyholders will be able to unlock deals, gain access to a VIP lounge, and have the chance to win more than 30 prizes at a giveaway event at 3 p.m. at Center Court.

The tech savvy can also win prizes before the event officially starts by participating in the Instagram contest #UnlockStyle. Take a photo of anything you consider Spring Style, use the hashtag #UnlockStyle and tag photos of your favorite Kahala mall purchase, your outfit, accessory, color trend ... anything on trend this spring. The more photos you tag, the better your chances are of winning. Kahala Mall will announce the winners on March 7 via Instagram.

It's a continuing joke that I can't remember my Instagram password (for those who have tried to be my friend on Foursquare, I'm not being snobby but I can't remember that password either). Looks like I'd better figure it all out fast!

On that day, the public is also welcome to attend 20-minute Trend Sessions at Center Court between 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m., during which fashion professionals from M.A.C., Honolulu magazine, Marsha Nadalin Salon and Spa, and local stylist Tyson Joines and others will share the latest in hair and makeup, and ways to incorporate the season’s trends into one’s wardrobe. Audience members will be able to win prizes and consult with stylists for individualized wardrobe tips.
While there, enter to win a roundtrip for two to the West Coast on Hawaiian Airlines. In addition, those who spend $75 or more at any store, restaurant or theater at Kahala Mall will receive quadruple HawaiianMiles, four miles for every dollar spent that day.

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