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10 Stylish Local Boutiques Worth Exploring in Honolulu’s Chinatown

You love heading over to Fighting Eel to shop, but go a little farther for new boutique adventures.


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Sig on Smith

Sig on Smith.
Photos: Aaron Yoshino 

 

1. Sig on Smith

New, fresh Sig Zane designs found only on O‘ahu, and only on Aloha Fridays!

1020 Smith St., open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays, sigzanedesigns.com

 

2. Echo + Atlas

Gorgeous slip dresses, brass desk accessories and artisanal rugs.

1 N. Hotel St., 536-7435, echo-atlas.myshopify.com

 

3. La Muse

Design-minded gift items and jewelry meet minimal linen tunics.

1156 Nu‘uanu Ave., 536-0818, lamusehawaii.com

 

4. The Bungalow Hawai‘i

Charming, coastal-inspired home accessories, potted succulents and breezy beach totes.

925 Maunakea St., Suite F, 799-3238.

 

5. Roberta Oaks

Men’s and women’s aloha shirts made with vintage fabrics in bright, notice-me prints and hues.

19 N. Pauahi St., 526-1111, robertaoaks.com

 

6. Barrio Vintage

Retro-a-go-go vintage fashions, from neon ’80s Jam’s World surf trunks to groovy ’60s dresses.

1161 Nu‘uanu Ave., 674-7156, barriovintage.com

 

7. Homecoming

City-chic fashions, of-the-moment accessories and a well-stocked collection of Jeffrey Campbell shoes. 

12 S. King St., Suite 104, 536-6000, shophomecominghonolulu.com

 

8. Owens & Co.

Locally made stationery, jewelry and accessories. Plus, a rack of seasonal Ace and Jig pieces. 

1152 Nu‘uanu Ave., 531-4300, owensandcompany.com

 

9. In4mation

Urban-cool streetwear, including the shop’s own in-house line. 

1154 Nu‘uanu Ave., 538-8898, in4mants.com

 

Hound and Quail

Hound and Quail.

 

10. Hound and Quail

Unusual, vintage collectibles from all around the world including New York, Japan and Hawai‘i.

920 Maunakea St., 779-8436, houndandquail.com

 

Read more about Chinatown in the February issue of HONOLULU Magazine, on newsstands now, or click here for the digital edition. You can also purchase the issue at shop.honolulumagazine.com.

 

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