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Vi­brant col­ors, tex­tures and fresh el­e­ments are part of the sig­na­ture look for these one-of-a-kind wire bags and ac­ces­sories. So­phis­ti­cated yet sim­ple, Anteprima bags are per­fect for a day at the beach or a night on the town. Royal Hawai­ian Cen­ter, 2201 Kalakaua Ave., 808.924.0808. LESPORTSAC This vi­brant brand of­fers a va­ri­ety of whim­si­cal mini bags, hand­bags, totes, back­packs and travel bags. The re­tailer here of­fers Hawaii ex­clu­sive de­signs. Ala Moana Cen­ter, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., 808.973.6306; Hil­ton Hawai­ian Village, 2005 Kalia Rd., 808.973.6300; Royal Hawai­ian Cen­ter, 2301 Kalakaua Ave., 808.971.2920 ; Waikele Pre­mium Out­lets, 94-790 Lu­mi­aina St., 808.686.9788 ; 2424 Kalakaua Ave., Suite 104, 808.971.2007; 2250 Kalakaua Ave. #105, 808.971.2919.


In busi­ness since 1985, this fam­ily owned and lo­cally op­er­ated com­pany of­fers con­tem­po­rary Hawai­ian ap­parel, with vi­brant de­signs in­spired by Hawaii’s nat­u­ral set­ting. Kailua, 5 Ho’ola’i St., 808.261.9865 ; Honolulu, 930 Pu­na­hou St., 808.942.9868.


Find au­then­tic one-of-a-kind Panama hats, hand-wo­ven by mas­ter ar­ti­sans in Equador. Com­plete your out­fit with retro-print aloha shirts and trop­i­cal sports­wear.

Royal Hawai­ian Ho­tel, 2259 Kalakaua Ave., 808.922.0062­tattheroya­


Lovely lin­gerie is fash­ioned out of whisper-thin chif­fon, charmeuse and the like, with rib­bons and seam­less seams that en­sure a com­fort­able fit. Find Eu­ro­pean brands such as La Perla and Verdis­sima. Royal Hawai­ian Cen­ter, 2201 Kalakaua Ave., 808.922.3330.­ PTTABOUTUS.html


Home of the world-fa­mous Reyn Spooner aloha shirts, Reyn’s has been the lo­cal place to shop for the best qual­ity aloha wear since 1959. Ala Moana Cen­ter, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., 808.949.5929 ; Ka­hala Mall, 4211 Wa­ialae Ave., 808.737.8313; Sher­a­ton Waikiki, 808.275.4491; 808.524.1885 ; 91-5431 Kapolei Pkwy., Suite 1119, 808.550.3910.


This Miami-based sun­wear brand was one of the first sunglass bou­tiques to come to Hawaii and can now be found glob­ally with more than 2,000 stores. They of­fer the lat­est high fash­ion, clas­sic and sport sun­glasses to fit ev­ery face shape and per­sonal style. 2113 Kalakaua Ave., 808.926.0630; Hy­att Re­gency Waikiki Re­sort & Spa, 2424 Kalakaua Ave., #126, 808.923.9520 ; Macy’s Waikiki, 2314 Kalakaua Ave., 808.923.0406 ; Royal Hawai­ian Cen­ter, 2233 Kalakaua Ave. Build­ing A & B, Level 1, 808.926.7767; 1450 Ala Moana Blvd, 808.947.4849. www.sun­


Known for his charm, wit and per­pet­ual tan, Tommy Bahama is a man who em­bod­ies the is­land life. Take cues from his store and shop is­land-in­spired cloth­ing, ac­ces­sories, and home fur­nish­ings. Ala Moana Cen­ter, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., 808.955.8869;

298 Beach­walk Dr., 808.923.6090. www.tom­my­ba­


A fam­ily-run busi­ness in Hawaii since 1956, fea­tur­ing men’s aloha shirts as well as aloha wear for women and chil­dren. Ala Moana Cen­ter, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., 808.949.5858; Hil­ton Hawai­ian Village, 2005 Kalia Rd., 808.943.9472; Royal Hawai­ian Ho­tel, 2259 Kalakaua Ave., 808.921.2702; 5000 Ka­hala Ave., 808.735.1747; 2335 Kalakaua Ave., 808.924.1811. www.toririchar­

Health/Beauty SEPHORA

Fea­tur­ing ap­prox­i­mately 300 brands, along with its own pri­vate la­bel, Sephora of­fers beauty prod­ucts in­clud­ing cos­met­ics, skin­care, body, fra­grance, nail color and hair­care. Ala Moana Cen­ter, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., 808.944.9797; Royal Hawai­ian Cen­ter, 2250 Kalakaua Ave., 808.923.3301.


New sen­sa­tions are evoked at this Waikiki spa, where you can im­merse your­self in a salt wa­ter pool be­fore en­ter­ing a hot stone spa, called gan­ban yoku. The com­bi­na­tion of ther­a­pies helps you re­lease tox­ins for re­lax­ation and pu­rifi­ca­tion. Court­yard by Mar­riott Waikiki Beach, 400 Royal Hawai­ian Ave., 808.924.3200. www.spapure­

Jew­elry/Watches BEN BRIDGE

As an Amer­i­can fine jew­eler since 1912, you’re sure to find the per­fect gift for any mo­men­tous oc­ca­sion at one of three lo­ca­tions here on Oahu. There is also an of­fi­cial Rolex jew­eler branch at Ala Moana. Ala Moana Cen­ter, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., 808.955.0177 ben­ www.ben­


One of Honolulu’s lead­ing fine jewelers for more than 20 years, fea­tur­ing stun­ning pieces of gor­geous di­a­monds, precious gem­stones and beau­ti­ful pearls. It is one of three stores on the is­land that sells the Pan­dora line. Royal Hawai­ian Cen­ter, 2201 Kalakaua Ave., 808.923.2282.


Founded in 1959, Hawaii’s largest jew­elry man­u­fac­turer is renowned for unique, high-qual­ity hand­crafted de­signs fea­tur­ing pearls, precious corals, Hawai­ian gold, di­a­monds and gem­stones. The ma­jor­ity of Maui Divers’ jew­elry is hand­crafted from de­sign sketch­ing to cast­ing to fi­nal stone set­ting in the com­pany’s world-fa­mous jew­elry de­sign cen­ter in Honolulu. The com­pany owns and op­er­ates 52 lo­ca­tions—Maui Divers Jew­elry, Is­land Pearls, Pick-A-Pearl and Maui Divers Jew­elry Lux­ury Col­lec­tion—on the four ma­jor Hawai­ian Is­lands and in Cal­i­for­nia and Guam. Ala Moana Cen­ter, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., 808.949.0411; DFS Honolulu Air­port - Cen­tral Con­course, 300 Rodgers Blvd., Bldg 342, 808.839.3655 ; Dole Plantation (three lo­ca­tions), 64-1550 Kame­hameha Hwy., 808.621.2772; Duty Free Gal­le­ria, 330 Royal Hawai­ian Ave., 808.921.5838; Hil­ton Hawai­ian Village, 2005 Kalia Rd., 808.941.2003; Down­town Honolulu, 1520 Liona St., 808.946.7979; The Royal Hawai­ian, 2259 Kalakaua Ave., 808.926.4044; Sher­a­ton Waikiki, 2255 Kalakaua Ave., 808.923.1872; Waikiki Beach Mar­riott Re­sort & Spa, 2552 Kalakaua Ave., 808.923.4801.


Na Hoku Hawaii’s Finest Jewelers Since 1924 cap­tures the essence of Hawai­ian life­style and tra­di­tion in its col­lec­tion of fine jew­elry. Hawai­ian for “stars”, Na Hoku car­ries unique fine jew­elry de­signed and made in Hawaii. You’ll find orig­i­nal pieces set with Tahi­tian pearls, di­a­monds and col­ored gem­stones, as well as col­lec­tions by such renowned de­sign­ers as Ka­bana, LeVian and Effy. The jew­elry is de­signed to ac­cent the in­di­vid­u­al­ity and

style of its wearer, and will for­ever be a me­mento of the Is­lands. Ala Moana Cen­ter, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd.; Hil­ton Hawai­ian Village, 2005 Kalia Rd.; Outrigger Waikiki, 2335 Kalakaua Ave.; Waikiki Beach Walk, 226 Lew­ers St. #112.­


The New-York based jew­eler is in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned for en­gage­ment rings in clas­sic set­tings, sil­ver jew­elry and charms, all el­e­gantly wrapped in their sig­na­ture blue box. You can also find gifts for babies, an­niver­saries and other spe­cial oc­ca­sions, and even gifts priced at $150 or less. Royal Hawai­ian Cen­ter, 2201 Kalakaua Ave., 808.926.2600; Ala Moana Cen­ter, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., 808.943.6677.

Shop­ping Cen­ters ALA MOANA CEN­TER

Cel­e­brat­ing its mile­stone 60th anniversar­y in 2019, Ala Moana Cen­ter is home to kukui trees, taro, lily ponds and a lively mix of re­tail­ers and restau­rants , mak­ing it one of the most largest open-air shop­ping malls in the world. Its 340+ stores and restau­rants, and Cen­ter Stage en­ter­tain­ment, make it both a so­cial and com­mer­cial com­mon­place. Af­ter the stores have closed, the nightlife and restau­rants keep peo­ple com­ing. 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., 808.955.9517. www.alamoana­cen­


Fea­tur­ing more than 700 ven­dors, crafters and artists from all over the world, the Aloha Sta­dium Swap Meet has be­come Hawaii’s big­gest and most fa­mous f lea mar­ket. Shop for ev­ery­thing here: cloth­ing, ac­ces­sories, made-in-Hawaii prod­ucts, eth­nic foods and vin­tage an­tiques. Open three days a week, Wed­nes­day through Sat­ur­day 8 a.m.-3 p.m., and Sun­day from 6:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Ad­mis­sion is $1 per adult, chil­dren 11 years and un­der are free. Aloha Sta­dium, 99-500 Salt Lake Blvd., 808.486.6704. www.alo­has­ta­di­um­swap­


The his­toric Aloha Tower still stands at the wa­ter­front mar­ket­place, serv­ing as a wel­com­ing sym­bol to ships ar­riv­ing at the Honolulu Har­bor. Restau­rants like Gor­don Bier­sch, Hoot­ers, Palama Ex­press and Nashville Waikiki pop­u­late the area along with the Star of Honolulu, a tour­ing ship that of­fers din­ner, sun­set and whale-watch­ing cruises. 1 Aloha Tower Dr., 808.544.1453. www.alo­ha­


Dis­cover an ex­cit­ing col­lec­tion of shops, restau­rants and en­ter­tain­ment at se­lect malls around the coun­try. Down­load the Pre­mier Pass­port and find spe­cial sav­ings, of­fers and ameni­ties at each cen­ter. Sim­ply present it along with an out-of-state driver’s li­cense or travel pass­port at the cen­ter’s cus­tomer service desk or des­ig­nated lo­ca­tion to re­ceive your of­fers. The pre­mier des­ti­na­tion on Oahu is Ala Moana Cen­ter.


Built on the same site as one of the first theaters in Hawaii, the for­mer his­tor­i­cal build­ing (built in 1936) has since been torn down to make way for this 30,000-square­foot spe­cialty re­tail cen­ter which in­cludes Coco Cove, Rip Curl, Foot Locker, Cal­i­for­nia Pizza Kitchen, Ross and At­lantis Seafood & Steak. 2284 Kalakaua Ave. www.robert­son­prop­er­ties­


Con­ve­niently lo­cated in the the Cen­ter of Waikiki, this land­mark mar­ket­place has been around for more than 30 years. Fea­tur­ing over 100 kiosks and stores, vis­i­tors are sure to find var­i­ous “aloha” sou­venirs to take home. 2301 Kuhio Ave.


Lo­cated in the heart of Waikiki, In­ter­na­tional Mar­ket Place is a world-class shop­ping, din­ing and en­ter­tain­ment des­ti­na­tion fea­tur­ing a cu­rated mix of up­scale and life­style brands, and the first Saks Fifth Av­enue in Hawai‘ i. The shop­ping cen­ter is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Op­er­at­ing hours for restau­rants will vary. 2330 Kalakaua Ave., 808.931.6105. www.shopin­ter­na­tional­mar­ket­


One of Honolulu’s most pres­ti­gious shop­ping cen­ters, Ka­hala Mall boasts more than 90 shops, in­clud­ing an as­sort­ment of 15 eater­ies, rang­ing from lo­cal snacks to fine restau­rants, an eight-screen cinema and a wide range of ser­vices. 4211 Wa­ialae Ave., 808.732.7736. www.ka­ha­la­mall­cen­


Lo­cated in East Oahu, Koko Ma­rina Cen­ter has been serv­ing the com­mu­nity for 50 years. Dis­cover as­sorted eater­ies, wa­ter­front din­ing, lo­cally owned bou­tiques and con­ve­nience re­tail­ers. The Cen­ter also of­fers an abun­dance of ac­tiv­i­ties. Ad­ven­ture seek­ers can in­dulge in ev­ery wa­ter sport ac­tiv­ity un­der the sun while land lovers can catch the lat­est block­buster film or squeeze in a work­out. You can even pam­per your­self with a re­fresh­ing sa­lon ex­pe­ri­ence or re­ju­ve­nat­ing mas­sage. For visiting guests, Koko Ma­rina is only 20 min­utes from Waikiki and on the way to Hanauma Bay. 7192 Kala­ni­anaole Hwy., 808.395.4737. www.koko­mari­na­cen­


Lo­cated in the heart of Honolulu’s Waikiki beach re­sort and ur­ban re­tail dis­trict, Kalakaua Av­enue’s “Lux­ury Row” is a renowned in­ter­na­tional travel des­ti­na­tion, which of­fers one of the finest col­lec­tions of lux­ury brands in the world. With more than 111,000 square feet of in­ter­na­tional re­tail­ers, Lux­ury Row shops in­clude Chanel, Gucci, Saint Lau­rent, Coach, Mon­cler, Bot­tega Veneta and Miu Miu. 2100 Kalakaua Ave., 808.922.2246. www.lux­u­ry­


This newly ren­o­vated cen­ter cov­ers three city blocks and boasts 100+ shops of­fer­ing de­signer ap­parel and gifts. Harry Win­ston, Cartier, Her­mes, Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo, and other clas­sic lux­ury re­tail­ers are part of the mix, as well as cof­fee houses and nu­mer­ous restau­rants of­fer­ing in­ter­na­tional cui­sine over four lev­els. Within the com­plex is the Royal Grove, a stand of co­conut trees once num­ber­ing in the thou­sands. The cen­ter’s free Hawai­ian en­ter­tain­ment and cul­tural pro­grams are well-known and well-at­tended. Take a selfie at one of the many scenic spots. 2201 Kalakaua Ave., 808.922.2299. www.roy­al­hawai­ian­cen­


Dis­cover 50 de­signer and name-brand out­let stores with sav­ings of 25 per­cent to 65 per­cent ev­ery­day. Fea­tur­ing A|X Ar­mani Ex­change, Adi­das, Ba­nana Repub­lic, Bar­neys New York Out­let, BCBGMaxAzr­ia, Coach, Guess, Kate Spade New York, Polo Ralph Lau­ren, Saks Fifth Av­enue Off 5th and more. 94-790 Lu­mi­aina St. West of Honolulu di­rectly off H-1 Free­way, Exit 7, Waipahu. 808.676.5656. www.pre­mi­u­mout­


Forty spe­cialty stores and many pop­u­lar restau­rants an­chor the nearly 8-acre Waikiki Beach Walk in the heart of Waikiki. Among the at­trac­tions are Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Roy’s Waikiki and Kaiwa, a Tokyo tep­pan grill and sushi bar. En­joy free weekly en­ter­tain­ment on Tuesdays, free yoga on the lawn on Wed­nes­days and a monthly con­cert se­ries held ev­ery third Sun­day of the month. 227 Lew­ers St., 808.931.3591. www.waikik­ibeach­

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