Coeducational College Preparatory Day School serving Grades 5-12
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Alumni Gift Guide

Apparel

Coco Moon Hawaii
Amber Ladera ‘02 Thibaut, Founder
www.cocomoonhawaii.com
@coco_moon_hawaii

Coco Moon creates buttery-soft family essentials inspired by memories of a childhood in Hawaii. Founded by Amber Ladera ‘02 Thibaut, a mom of two boys, their silky-smooth fabrics and vibrant, modern designs help you create beautiful memories with your ‘ohana. Coco Moon donates 1% of your purchase directly to Hawaiʻi non-profits, supporting the health of our island communities, environment, and children. 

Get 20% off your order with code SPARTAN (Code valid from December 1 - December 15)
KOOKIES Maui
Maggie Cook '82 Welker, Owner, Designer, Maker
https://kookiesmaui.com Instagram @kookiesmaui

KOOKIES Maui is play-clothes at it’s best. Ridiculously comfy, sincerely sustainable, and made on Maui from upcycled t-shirts in their solar-powered studio.

Seabury Hall alumni can enjoy 15% off website orders with code MAUNALEI.

Jewelry + More

BusyJasmine
Jasmine Patel ‘16, Owers + Artist
www.etsy.com/shop/BusyJasmine 
@BusyJasmine

Jasmine’s Etsy shop, BusyJasmine, is stocked with a little bit of everything--jewelry, paintings, and other creative adventures.
All I See Is Art
Leah Santos ‘03, Owner + Designer
https://www.alliseeisart.com 
@alliseeisart 

Laser-cut wood jewelry, accessories, and home décor.

Retail Stores on Maui

Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center
Anne-Marie Forsythe '94, Executive Director
huinoeau.com, facebook.com/hui.noeau, @huinoeau

Hui No‘eau is a nonprofit organization dedicated to visual arts education for all ages. The Hui’s highly anticipated holiday shopping event returns with a winter wonderland of local and handmade items for everyone on your list. During this magical Hui Holidays season, the Hui gift shop will expand to include even more one-of-a-kind handmade gifts by local artists and crafters like paintings, ceramic pieces, handblown glass ornaments, locally made beauty products, and more! By shopping local, you’ll take part in the season of giving by supporting local artists and community arts education.
To&From Boutique
Chelsea Kikuchi '07, Owner
@toandfromboutique Facebook
@toandfromboutique Instagram
1456 Honoapiilani Hwy, Waikapū

Locally owned boutique bringing affordable goodies & fashion to Maui from around the world. Stop by Chelsea’s Waikapū shop for your next holiday look or everyday Maui outfit.
mauiHUE
Jessica Guard ‘96 McLellan, Owner
www.mauihue.com @mauiHUE
210 Alamaha Street Kahului or 112 Wailea Ike Drive Wailea

Maui’s premier home and lifestyle showroom offering luxury home furnishings, gift items, and an extensive textile studio.
Keliki
Kelsie Mackie ‘09, CEO + Designer
www.keliki.com @kelikihawaii
The Shops at Wailea, 3750 Wailea Alanui Drive

Kelsie’s beach-to-bonfire clothing brand shares affordable separates in custom prints; perfect for sun-loving babes everywhere.
Maui Clothing Company
Victoria Wayne '00 Bowley, Manager
www.mauiclothingcompany.com
@mauiclothingcompany
Multiple locations across Maui and Oʻahu

Resort and beachwear for the entire family

One of a Kind

Hawaii Flora + Fauna
Lauren Shearer '08, Owner
hawaiiflorafauna.com @hawaiiflorafauna 

Bespoke Lei, Workshops, Events, and Botanical Artistry 
Flora & Fauna grew from a lifelong hobby and passion of owner, Lauren Shearer. Born and raised in Maui, she grew up surrounded by Hawaii’s floral backdrop and rich culture, practicing the tradition of lei making.

However, once she realized that almost all flowers, plants, and animals that surround us can be used to make lei, she began to experiment and has not stopped. By moving beyond the comfort zone of standard lei flowers, she has discovered a process that both pays homage to tradition of the craft and also creates a modern vision for lei. 

Lauren’s mission is to create awareness of the natural world around us, wherever we go. This has led to the creation of a custom lei making business, in which she draws inspiration from surrounding flora and fauna in all stages of development to create wearable art.
Wrappily
Sara De Palma ‘92 Smith
www.wrappily.com @wrappily

Wrap, rip, recycle! Wrappily offers a new take on wrapping paper. Burdened with guilt and belief that a better solution existed, Sara founded Wrappily in 2013 to answer a global need for a smarter, more sustainable gift wrap. 

With the help of neighborhood newspaper presses, Wrappily takes great patterns and print them on 100% recyclable newsprint. Emboldened with fresh designs, renewable newsprint is an answer to the millions of tons of trash generated by wrapping paper every year. Make one small change that will make a big difference: Gift happily with Wrappily.
The Barrier Method
Danielle Travis '05
www.thebarriermethod.com 
@thebarriermethod

Excerpt from the Maui News: Launched in 2016, Travis’ startup travel health company, The Barrier Method, was ahead of the curve, producing reusable cloth face masks to combat the spread of everyday germs found in crowded airports and airplanes.

The fabric used is called Chitosante, which is extracted from crab or shrimp shells, and creates a biodegradable, nontoxic and antibacterial polyester.

This material helps to combat odors caused by bacteria and is breathable, environmentally friendly and contains UPF 50 sun protection properties.

The reusable and washable masks are designed and manufactured in Honolulu by local seamstresses with larger quantities produced in California.
Debbie Tracey Art
Debbie Holden ’71 Tracey
Owner
Debbietracey.com @DebbieTraceyArt
www.facebook.com/dtraceyart
15% off purchases

Even though her studio is on the Puget Sound in Olympia, Washington, Tracey finds inspiration in her island upbringing. The vibrancy of island life works its way into each of her abstracts. “My joy comes from bold color!” Tracey explains. “I also love the fluid movement of my work, which becomes a ‘dance’ with my creative soul.” This fluidity comes from her loose painting process, which involves pouring paint onto the canvas, moving and sculpting it with a pallet knife, and adding layers.

Acrylic paintings, scarves, and bags available for purchase.

Body Care

Haiku Apothecary
Briana Welker '04 Mabbutt, Owner
haikuapothecary.com  @haiku.apothecary

At Haiku Apothecary, Briana cultivates a line of plant centered body care including salves, deodorants, body scrubs, body mists & toners, and toothpaste.

The heart of their products are botanicals that are lovingly grown and processed on her family farm in Haʻikū, Maui.

Experience

Maui Surfer Girls
Dustin Tester ‘91, owner + Elizabeth Warrick ‘95 Smith, manager
www.mauisurfergirls.com @mauisurfergirls

Founded by Dustin Tester ‘91, Maui Surfer Girls is one of Maui’s oldest surf schools. They offer lessons at scenic ʻUkumehame Beach Park and boast small class sizes and high-quality instructors. 

Seabury Hall alumni can take advantage of 20% off a lesson by using the code kamaaina20 at check out.

Books

Lily Diamond ‘01, Author
What’s Your Story?: A Journal for Everyday Evolution 
This new project from Lily comes out of a decade of collaboration with her beloved coauthor, friend, and mentor, Rebecca Walker. Filled with 150+ questions, it's a space to rewrite the stories we tell about ourselves, our relationships and our bodies, our work, the environment, technology, community, our living and our dying. 

What's Your Story? publishes on December 8th from Sounds True/Macmillan, but you can read more and preorder now on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/Whats-Your-Story-Everyday-Evolution/dp/1683643607
Rebecca Serle ‘03, Author
In Five Years: A Novel

Where do you see yourself in five years?

Dannie Kohan lives her life by the numbers.

She is nothing like her lifelong best friend—the wild, whimsical, believes-in-fate Bella. Her meticulous planning seems to have paid off after she nails the most important job interview of her career and accepts her boyfriend’s marriage proposal in one fell swoop, falling asleep completely content.

But when she awakens, she’s suddenly in a different apartment, with a different ring on her finger, and beside a very different man. Dannie spends one hour exactly five years in the future before she wakes again in her own home on the brink of midnight—but it is one hour she cannot shake. In Five Years is an unforgettable love story, but it is not the one you’re expecting.

Available are most book retails including independent shops in Hawaiʻi such as Bookends and Da Shop, both in Honolulu.

https://www.amazon.com/Five-Years-Novel-Rebecca-Serle/dp/1982137444
Jasmine Patel ‘16, Author & Illustrator
Runtime is a whimsical adventure jam-packed with educational computer science concepts. Follow the main character, Char, as she embarks on a colorful journey through the magical land of Runtime. She solves puzzles, finds bugs, and makes friends along the way!

Available on Amazon at
https://www.amazon.com/Runtime-Jasmine-Patel/dp/1735595209  

Alumni

The Seabury Hall Alumni Association (SHAA) is an association of former students of Seabury Hall. SHAA helps alumni maintain connections to Seabury; helps organize social events, publish alumni achievements and news, and raise funds for Seabury Hall. SHAA is governed by a Board of Directors made up of at least 15 but not more than 25 members, and its officers include a President, Secretary, and Treasurer.

SHAA Vision Statement
Bring alumni together to help the Seabury Hall community flourish.

SHAA Mission Statement
Advance the interest of the Seabury Hall community by:

  • Engaging alumni to contribute their expertise
  • Encouraging fellowship with future graduates
  • Providing social and professional opportunities
  • Promoting a culture of giving

Contact Us

Seabury Hall
Alumni Relations Office
Phone: (808) 442-6114


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