Saturday’s Ko Olina Moonlight Market: Trendsetting Makers And Terrific Food

33 of Oʻahu’s best artists, fashion designers, and makers gather beside the ocean on Saturday at Four Seasons Ko Olina’s Moonlight Market.

As you shop, you’ll be able to sample food and drinks from the Four Seasons’ three restaurants. The head chefs from La Hiki, Mina’s Fish House, and Noe have all developed $8 tasting menus to sample. Or you can try all three for $25.

Also, Ko Hana Rum, Waikiki Brewing Co., and Southern Wine and Spirits will host a free cocktail, wine, and craft beer tasting.

What: Moonlight Market and Food Tasting
Where: Four Seasons Ko Olina
When: Saturday, 6/30, 5pm-8pm
Important: Parking Is Free (if you buy something).

Here’s who you’ll be able to meet and buy from:

Local Artists

Kris Goto Art (Instagram)

Rad prints featuring badass women.

Kim Sielbeck (Instagram)

Colorful prints and paintings that will make you smile.

Eduardo Bolioli (Instagram)

Surf-art and prints from this locally-based artist.

Jan Tetsutani (Instagram)

Ocean-inspired oil paintings.

Local Clothing Designers

Jana Lam (Instagram)

Pretty purses, pareos, and prints from a local designer.

Hiʻilani Hawaiʻi (Instagram)

The cutest onesie I’ve ever seen.

T. Rose Swim (Instagram)

What Oʻahu night market would be complete without bikinis?

Avela (Instagram)

Ethically-made women’s garments and accessories from around the world.

Lilikoi Brazil (Instagram)

Eco-friendly activewear for women.

Coco Moon (Instagram)

Island-themed baby clothes and other needs.

Muʻu Muʻu Heaven (Instagram)

Modern spins on traditional Hawaiian garments from a Kailua-based designer.

Yireh (Instagram)

Women’s fashion and travel clothing made at ethical factories in Indonesia.

At Dawn Oʻahu (Instagram)

Contemporary women’s clothing—both locally-designed and from international brands.

Trim (Instagram)

Board shorts and surf photography prints.

Jams World (Instagram)

Colorful clothing for men, women, and kids. Made in Hawaiʻi since 1964.

OM Hawaiʻi (Website)

High-quality yoga wear and local jewelry.

Ashley Rose Clothing (Instagram)

Rompers for babies and toddlers, hand-sewn in Hawaiʻi.

Local Jewelry and Accessory Designers

Haʻaheo Hawaiian Jewels (Instagram)

Niʻihau shell jewelry and woven lauhala goods.

Katrina Cordova (Instagram)

Delicate jewelry featuring semiprecious stones and Tahitian pearls—perfect for layering.

m33mS Designs (Instagram)

Minimalist and industrial handmade wearable art

Salty Western (Instagram)

Leather bags and accessories, handmade by a North Shore designer.

Preen & Co. (Instagram)

Resort bags designed on the North Shore.

Beachwalk Gallery (Instagram)

Seaglass and seashell jewelry handcrafted on the North Shore.

Rock Salt Plum Creations (Instagram)

Island-inspired jewelry crafted on Molokaʻi.

Caprice Ko Olina (Website)

This boutique is part of the Four Seasons. They sell resort-wear, jewelry, and accessories.

Local Makers and Farmers

Nico Made (Instagram)

Cute stationary, notebooks, prints, etc.

The Notted Nest (Instagram)


Tolentino Honey (Instagram)

Raw honey from the west side.

Makaha Mangoes (Instagram)

Another west side vendor. Mangoes!

Naked Cow Dairy (Instagram)

Dairy farm in Waiʻanae specializing in butter, cheese, and yogurt.

The Happy Haku (Instagram)

Leis and floral arrangements.

Kapahihaua (Instagram)

Koa wood bowls, handcrafted on O’ahu.

The Papaya Exchange (Instagram)

Gift baskets of locally-made products.

Naupaka Spa (Website)

This is the fitness center and spa at the Four Seasons, which now offers public memberships.

Again, parking is free (as long as you buy something)…just roll on up to the hotel and they’ll take care of you—just make sure you validate at the event.