Trunk show set at Surf Diva

Surf Diva will celebrate the U.S. launch of KanaBeach, a new brand of lifestyle clothing from France, with a trunk show from 4 to 7 p.m. March 28 at the La Jolla Shores boutique.

KanaBeach has clothing lines for men and women in three collections: Circus, Biologik and Elegant. Circus aims at those with an active lifestyle; each item of the Biologik line is made up of at least 55 percent organic hemp and is treated with biological dyes; and Elegant speaks for itself, noted Surf Diva’s news release.

“French wine, stinky cheese and warm, crusty baguettes” will be served during the party, which will feature dresses, denim, board shorts, jackets, pants and T-shirts for men and women.

Surf Diva, owned by twin sisters Izzy Tihanyi and Coco Tihanyi, is at 160 Avenida de la Playa.

For more information visit www.surfdiva.com

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