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Socialite divorcée Libbie Mugrabi has been producing her eponymous accessories line at an old Libby’s canned pineapple factory in Maui, Hawaii.
Mugrabi recently settled her multimillion-dollar divorce from billionaire art collecting scion David Mugrabi. She’s currently branding her Libbie hats, bags, masks, keychains and even condoms at a former Libby’s facility that dates back to the 1800s, we hear.
“I love Maui and I’m buying a house here near Oprah Winfrey’s estate,” she said. She’s also collaborating with local artists on the line. “I wanted everything to be made in America,” she added.
She’s also planning to visit the site of the famed “Libbyville” cannery on O’ahu, where the brand’s workers lived. She’s been seen at the Maui Four Seasons in the meantime.
We previously reported that Libbie was even toying with the idea of creating a “Libbie vibrator” — somehow inspired by a Page Six item written about her when she threw a 50-person party and climbed barefoot atop a multi-million dollar Damien Hirst statue in Miami. She and legendary bon vivant Anthony Haden-Guest scaled the multimillion-dollar sculpture by Damien Hirst to take a photo while holding a separate work by another artist, Linjie Deng.
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