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tokidoki, LeSportsac show aloha

December 11th, 2014
PHOTOS COURTESY LESPORTSACtokidoki founder and creative director Simone Legno's love letter to Hawaii comes in the form of his LeSportsace collaboration print, Dolcezza, hailing the 50th state's "honey girls" and cultural icons.

COURTESY LESPORTSAC

Tokidoki founder and creative director Simone Legno's love letter to Hawaii comes in the form of his LeSportsace collaboration print, Dolcezza, hailing the 50th state's "honey girls" and cultural icons.

Tokidoki founder and creative director Simone Legno has been coming to Hawaii for seven years while introducing his collaborations with LeSportsac, and he’s taken notes along the way.

Now his doodles have taken permanent shape in the form of his latest collaboration, Dolcezza, with the handbag brand. In Legno’s native Italian, “dolcezza” means “sweetness and honey.”

His love letter to the aloha spirit has resulted in a print full of “honey girls” practicing the hula, playing with dolphins and whales, and greeting other hibiscus- and lei-wearing denizens of the tokidoki universe, including Palette, a maraca-wielding bear; and the shave-ice-loving Unicorno.

Dolcezza is available in 15 styles, all featuring a hot-pink lining and Dolcezza-printed Palette charm.

The collection is exclusive to LeSportsac Hawaii stores at Ala Moana Center, Royal Hawaiian Center, Waikiki Shopping Plaza, Hilton Hawaiian Village and Hyatt Regency Waikiki, and at The Plaza on Guam.

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Nadine Kam is Style Editor and staff restaurant critic at the Honolulu Star-Advertiser; her coverage in print on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Contact her via email at nkam@staradvertiser.com and follow her on Twitter, Instagram and Rebel Mouse.

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