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Hawaii Shops

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Ginger 13
22 S Pauahi St., Honolulu
Cindy Yokoyama cut her design teeth as a fine art major. But Hawaii’s emerald, chunky-with-volcanoes landscape inspired jewelry, not oil on canvas. And Yokoyama yielded to her new passion. Ginger 13 is packed to the brim with earthy, abstract jewelry punctured with semiprecious aquamarines, carnelians, and Pacific-blue sapphires. A bevy of local ceramics, fragrant sage, woven baskets, perfumed oils, and other trinkets make ideal keepsakes, but a set of wood-sculpted earrings studded with something special always finds its way into our carry-on.
Pink by Nature
3663 Baldwin Ave., Makawao
The tiny town of Makawao in central Maui has one main commercial street, Baldwin Avenue, with some charming cafés, restaurants, and stores. It’s here you’ll find the island’s best women’s clothing and accessories shop, Pink by Nature. Aside from swimwear, flowy shirts, and dresses by small, independent brands like Rails, Boys + Arrows, and Indah, owner Desiree Martinez stocks fun keepsakes, like rose quartz crystals. Next door, you’ll find its brother store, Homme by Nature, run by Martinez’s partner, Marco Daniele.
Oliver
49 Kihapai St., Kailua
Settled in on a quiet Kailua street, this indie surf shop is home to a slew of small, design-focused men's brands like Saturdays, Apolis, Deus ex Machina, and Industry of all Nations. It’s primarily a clothing shop, though they always have a great selection of surf-inspired jewelry, art, and other knick-knacks to choose from. While most of the buy is menswear, there’s a healthy selection of bags, towels, and jewelry for women, and there are plenty of items, like Mollusk sweatshirts or Alex Mill tees, that are perfectly unisex. Their new outpost at the Surfjack Hotel has equally deep buys in men's and women's clothing.
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