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August 24, 2016

World Class Restaurants, Upscale and Contemporary Retail Offered at International Market Place

The reimagined International Market Place is set to open tomorrow with world-class restaurants, the most coveted upscale and contemporary retailers, and the first Saks Fifth Avenue in Hawai'i.
 
"With its diverse dining and retail offerings, as well as its distinctive setting, International Market Place will offer an experience that can't be found anywhere on the island," said Michael Fenley, general manager, International Market Place. "We are thrilled to welcome this incredible collection of tenants to the center, with more great names to follow in the coming weeks and months."
 
The International Market Place retail and restaurant lineup includes the following. A single asterisk (*) before the name indicates brands that are unique to the island.

STORES:
*45rpm
ABC Stores
*Abeo
Abercrombie & Fitch
Aesop
Anthropologie
Banana Republic
*BCBG MAX AZRIA
Brunello Cucinelli
*Capital Teas
*Catimini
Chapel Hats
*Christian Louboutin
Clarks
Crazy Shirts
*Fabletics
Flip Flop Shops
FootAction USA
Fossil
*Free People
GameStop
GNC Live Well
Godiva Belgium 1926
Greenroom Hawaii
*Hanna Andersson
*Herve Leger
Hilton Grand Vacations (kiosk)
Hollister
Honolulu Cookie Co.
*Intermix
Island Art & Sole
*Jo Malone
*Kona Coffee Purveyors
Laline
Lani Beach by Mireille
L'Occitane en Provence
LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics
MAC
Maui Divers Jewelry
Michael Kors
*Mitsuwa Marketplace
*Oliver Peoples
*Ondademar
Pandora
Papyrus
*Penhaligon's
*Robin's Jean
*Saks Fifth Avenue
Sand People
*Seafolly Australia
*Shinola
Shoe Palace
*Stuart Weitzman
*Sugarfina
Sunglass Hut
Swarovski
Tabora Gallery
Tesla
*Trina Turk
Vera Bradley
Vilebrequin
*YOGASMOGA
 
RESTAURANTS ON THE GRAND LĀNAI (THIRD LEVEL):
*Baku
*Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi
*Flour & Barley
Goma Tei Ramen
*Herringbone
*Kona Grill
*STRIPSTEAK
*Yauatcha
 
RESTAURANT ON THE FIRST LEVEL
*The STREET, A Michael Mina Social House
 
In addition to the stellar shopping and dining, guests can enjoy a free show each evening called "O Nā Lani Sunset Stories" that kicks off with a ceremonial lighting of the Lamaku Torch Tower that sits proudly on Kalākaua Ave. Honoring the beloved Queen Emma, the nightly show highlights stories, traditions and culture of this special gathering place.
 
Located in the heart of Waikīkī, Oahu's newest shopping, dining and entertainment destination was developed by Taubman and CoastWood Capital Group in conjunction with Queen Emma Land Company.

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