April 30th, 2012 / posted by paularath

Hand painted cotton top by Indige.

Indige only has two of these linen embroidered swing coats.

Owner/designer Ron Irwin of Indige in Kaimuki just left Honolulu for two weeks, but the chic clothing and home style boutique will be open while he’s away. His new summer linen collection has started coming in and it’s ideal for Hawaii’s weather and lifestyles.
The linen collection features five silhouettes in three colors.
He only has two of the handkerchief linen embroidered swing coats (very Mad Men) with a 50s flare so if you love this look you’d better hurry.
Also new at Indige are one of a kind hand painted cotton tops that are easy wear and care.

Perhaps Ron’s biggest news is that he is going to Indonesia to set up an atelier where he can design and manufacture with Balinese artisans. He has wanted to do this for years – congratulations, Ron!

– Paula Rath

Can we ever have enough white linen tunics?

Hand painted one of a kind tunic

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G Lippold
May 30th, 2012 at 9:44 pm

I am happy you feature Indige Design in your blog. This shop is on of the best kept secrets in Honolulu. I don’t like seeing myself walking down the street and with Ron’s designs I am guaranteed that there will only be one or two of the same piece. A little different than buying something at Nordstroms! Everything is designed by Ron and hand made! I always get comments when I wear his clothes…and they are always raves! Mahalo Paula.

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