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June 27, 2017

New Merchants Announced at Pualeilani Atrium Shops

Pualeilani Atrium Shops welcomes four new dynamic businesses to its already diverse mix of shops and restaurants. Local businesses Cinnamon Girl, LA Skin Care, Nohea Gallery, and Tucker & Bevvy will be opening locations starting from this month.

Cinnamon Girl, Hawaii’s original women’s and girls’ specialty boutique, recently opened a store along Kalakaua Avenue on June 1. For 20 years, the brand has maintained its popularity among mothers and daughters, with inspired floral fashions in dresses, tops, bottoms, matching outfits, accessories, and gifts that express approachable feminine sensibilities.

LA Skin Care, a boutique offering a luxurious line of skin care products made in Paris and the United States, will open in August on the first floor of the Ewa Tower. Incorporating gold, precious stones, or truffles, the nutrient-rich products will include facial creams, lifting masks, lifting creams, serums, and exfoliators. Complimentary product sampling, facial treatments implementing infrared LED lights, and 60-second trials to reduce bags and puffiness from under the eyes will be offered to demonstrate the rejuvenating effects of the skin care line.

Nohea Gallery has celebrated local art, fine crafts, and the talented people of Hawaii who created them since 1990. A small family business working with a large ohana (family) of artists, Nohea Gallery showcases an abundant selection of original paintings and prints, turned bowls, woodwork, jewelry, glassware, ceramics, and more. A recipient of the Hawaii Visitors Bureau’s “Keep It Hawaii” Award, and repeat winner of the “Best of Honolulu” Award from HONOLULU Magazine 2016, and “Hawaii’s Best” Award from Honolulu Star-Advertiser in 2017, the acclaimed Hawaiian gallery will open its doors on the first floor of the Diamond Head Tower in August.

Tucker & Bevvy will open its second location in October fronting the waterfall in the Great Hall. Founded in 2013, the eatery is known for its thoughtfully crafted menu that incorporates the freshest locally-sourced produce and meats. The selection of unprocessed, preservative-free, antibiotic-free, and nutrient-dense panini, salads, smoothies, health bowls such as acai bowls, and juices fulfill Tucker & Bevvy’s mission to serve meals that are simple, straightforward, and clean.

“We are thrilled to announced these stores, as they each have their own following in the local community,” says Bonnie Kiyabu, Director of Retail Operations. “These small businesses add to our center’s unique offerings and are anot readily found elsewhere, providing a more enriching shopping and dining experience that appeal to both locals and visitors in Waikiki.”

Pualeilani Atrium Shops is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., seven days a week. Individual store hours may vary. For more information regarding Pualeilani Atrium Shops and Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa, please call (808) 923-1234, or visit the resort website at https://waikiki.regency.hyatt.com/ja/hotel/home.html.

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