You can find some of the best Hawaiian souvenirs at the Ala Moana Shopping Center. A one-stop haven for the best in luxury items, Ala Moana Shopping Center offers not only the top brands, but a unique array of stores featuring high-end Hawaiian souvenirs.
Philip Rickard Factory Showroom
Bring home Hawaiian heirloom jewelry, custom-made exclusively for you. Featuring traditional Hawaiian patterns and engraving, jewerly from Philip Rickard Factory Showroom is a favorite among celebrities. Custom designs are available in Hawaiian bracelets, earrings, pendants, necklaces, and rings. You can get a piece featuring turtles, ukuleles, or plumeria flowers in platinum or just about any shade of gold. Every time you glance at your treasure, sweet memories of your time in Hawaii will bubble up.
To preserve your memory of the refreshing smell of the salt air on the beach, or the sound of the trade winds through the palm trees, stop at Reyn Spooner. This shop has specialized in aloha shirts and dresses, and other fine resort wear since 1956. Groovy threads aren’t the only souvenirs you will find here though: Reyn Spooner fabric is used in a variety of ways to create bags, pillow covers, and even beach towels.
Hawaiian Quilt Collection
Bring your vacation memories home with a handmade quilt in a traditional Hawaiian design from Hawaiian Quilt Collection. The oldest retail quilt company in Hawaii, Hawaiian Quilt features designs by owner Michael John Gillan, who has sold quilts to Hawaiian royalty, Hollywood stars, and visitors from all over the world. He also has hand-quilted items for every room in your house, including pot holders, wall hangings, and even eyeglass cases.
If your souvenir list is long, the Ala Moana Shopping Center will not disappoint. Even with limited luggage space, you can easily pack a few dozen unique Hawaiian designer T-shirts. Crazy Shirts features shirts dyed in Kona coffee, Hawaiian chocolate, volcanic ash, Hawaiian beer, and more. The classic Hawaiian brand dates back to 1964, when the owner was selling airbrushed undershirts on the streets of Waikiki. Today, the Ala Moana Shopping Center store features more than just T-shirts. Check out their shorts, pants, and jackets, too.
Honolulu Cookie Company
You can’t return home without bringing the taste of aloha. Here, the Ala Moana Shopping Center can help. The Honolulu Cookie Company has a mission to “spread the spirit of Aloha around the world” with their gourmet cookies, baked fresh daily in Hawaii. In the shape of a pineapple, the shortbread cookies are hand-dipped in chocolate, and then a Kona coffee bean, macadamia nut, or piece of dried lilikoi, mango, or pineapple is placed in the middle. Hand-packed gift boxes make it a great souvenir to give to friends when you return home.