Inspired by the native kalo (taro) plant, Reyn Spooner’s exclusive line designed for the eighth annual Food & Wine festival includes men and women's clothing as well as culinary accessories. The long-established heritage aloha company is beloved on the island, and CEO of Reyn Spooner Lynne Koplin says they are thrilled to once again partner with the festival. “As the state’s premier epicurean event attracting international attention, the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival is a true celebration of local talent, and we’re proud to design custom merchandise for this very special event.” The company will also be giving 10 percent of the proceeds in support of chef training programs and local food sustainability programs. The festival features an extensive culinary line up of renowned chefs around the island who will don the coveted line as they prepare delicious fare. The line includes men’s aloha shirts ($98) in Spooner Kloth and Tahitian Cotton, and for women, a Tahitian Cotton shirt ($108) and A-line shift dress ($148). If you’re anywhere on the island, you won’t want to miss this fab collection and event.