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Misa Jewelry Holiday Trunk Show at DFS

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - If you're looking for a unique gift for that special someone, you'll want to check out the Misa Jewelry Holiday Trunk Show, happening tonight at the DFS Galleria on Tumon Bay. The Los Angeles-based jewelry designer and former Guam resident, Misa Hamamoto, has returned to the island to showcase her latest unique and stunning pieces of jewelry. 

Misa's Jewelry is worn by celebrities including Vanessa Hudgens, Lea Salonga, and E! News reporters, just to name a few.  The best part is with every jewelry purchase, a portion of the proceeds will go to the Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation. 

The Misa Jewelry Holiday Trunk Show kicks-off at 7pm at the Local Products section at DFS.

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