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ALA MOANA SHOP­PING CEN­TER

1450 Ala Moana Blvd. (808-955-9517) alamoana­cen­ter.com The world’s largest out­door shop­ping cen­ter, with over 290 stores and restau­rants to pe­ruse.

ALOHA SUN­DAY SUP­PLY CO.

131 Hek­ili St. alo­ha­sun­day.com This retail con­cept of­fers finely tailored cloth­ing built around the con­cept of dress­ing for oc­ca­sion and is in­spired by life in Hawai‘i and other re­sort­cen­tric lo­cales.

IN4­MA­TION

Chi­na­town, 1154 Nu­uanu Ave. (808-538-8898); McCully, 2009 S. King St. (808-941-8381); Pearl­ridge, 98-1005 Moanalua Rd. (808-488-0411) In4­ma­tion’s strength in this niche mar­ket is built upon a set of var­ied ex­pe­ri­ences, em­body­ing Hawai‘i’s ac­tion sports, life­style, and retail mar­ket. In4­ma­tion car­ries al­ter­na­tive de­sign con­cepts, eclec­tic lines, and prod­ucts for both men and women.

MARTIN & MACARTHUR

Twelve stores on O‘ahu, Maui, Kaua‘i and the Big Is­land, in­clud­ing Ala Moana Cen­ter, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd. (808-941-0074) mar­ti­nand­macarthur.com The Hawai‘i crafts­men of Martin & MacArthur cre­ate in­no­va­tive per­sonal ac­ces­sories and home fur­nish­ings from koa, the beau­ti­ful wood that grows only in Hawai‘i. En­joy koa watches, koa sun­glasses, koa rings, koa-leather hand­bags, koa iPhone cov­ers, and fine koa jew­elry.

MAUI DIVERS JEW­ELRY

Jew­elry De­sign Cen­ter, 1520 Liona St. (800-253-6016) mauidivers.com Founded in 1959, Maui Divers Jew­elry is Hawai‘i’s largest jew­elry man­u­fac­turer and re­tailer. Their is­land in­spired, hand cre­ated col­lec­tions, fea­tur­ing co­rals, pearls, di­a­monds, peri­dot, and other gem­stones, are guar­an­teed for­ever.

MONO

2013 S. King St. (808-955-1595) mono­hawaii.com In­spired by the care­ful cu­ra­tion of bou­tiques in Ja­pan, this life­style shop spe­cial­izes in small de­sign goods for the home and of­fice.

OLIVER MEN’S SHOP

49 Ki­ha­pai St. (808-261-6587) oliv­er­hawaii.com A surf-in­spired life­style bou­tique, this men’s store fea­tures some of the most hard-to-find con­tem­po­rary brands like Aloha Sun­day, Satur­days, Mu­cho Aloha, and M.Nii.

OWENS & CO.

1152 Nu­uanu Ave. (808-531-4300) owen­sand­com­pany.com Lo­cated on a cor­ner in the his­toric Chi­na­town Arts district, this bright bou­tique of­fers a fan­tas­tic col­lec­tion of home ac­ces­sories, gifts, and vin­tage items.

REYN SPOONER

Ala Moana Cen­ter, Ka­hala Mall, and Sher­a­ton Waikiki Ho­tel; ad­di­tional lo­ca­tions on­line reyn­spooner.com This man­u­fac­turer of mod­ern aloha at­tire has been fea­tur­ing orig­i­nal pat­terns and its iconic re­verse-print since 1956.

ROYAL HAWAI­IAN CEN­TER

2201 Kalakaua Ave. (808-922-2299) roy­al­hawai­ian­cen­ter.com Lo­cated in the heart of Waikiki, shop more than 100 stores and restau­rants, with com­pli­men­tary mu­sic, hula, and cul­ture classes in The Royal Grove.

TIFFANY & CO.

2100 Kalakaua Ave. (808-926-2600) tiffany.com Since 1837, the mas­ter­pieces of Tiffany & Co. have de­fined style and cel­e­brated the world’s great­est love sto­ries. Ex­plore a rich her­itage and leg­endary jew­els at one of their O‘ahu lo­ca­tions in Waikiki or at Ala Moana Shop­ping Cen­ter.

TORI RICHARD

2335 Kalakaua Ave. (808-924-1811) toririchard.com A re­sort life­style com­pany founded in Honolulu in 1956, Tori Richard re­mains a fam­ily busi­ness driven by an ap­pre­ci­a­tion of unique fab­ri­ca­tions for their glob­ally and lo­cally in­spired alo­hawear.

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