Right on Kaanapali Beach, this open-air mall offers everything from Louis Vuitton to Tommy Bahama, with a few island designers in the mix. Find classy aloha wear from Honolulu’s Tori Richard (www.toririchard.com; [tel] 808/667-7762) and matching mother-daughter batik clothing from Maui’s Blue Ginger (www.blueginger.com; [tel] 808/667-5793). The Totally Hawaiian Gift Gallery (www.totallyhawaiian.com; [tel] 808/667- 4070) carries Niihau shell jewelry, Norfolk pine bowls, and Hawaiian quilt kits, while you’ll find smaller koa wood items like pens, jewelry, and photo frames among the art gallery-worthy wooden tables and bedframes at Martin & MacArthur (martinandmacarthur.com; [tel] 808/667-7422.) The Honolulu-based chain Na Hoku jewelers (www.nahoku.com; [tel] 808/667-5411) offers stellar island-inspired sparkles and watches. In contrast to most Maui shops, stores here remain open until 10pm. Sate your hunger at Monkeypod Kitchen, Leilani’s on the Beach, or, hidden in the otherwise unimpressive food court, Joey’s Kitchen. Parking is unfortunately expensive (and prohibited to beachgoers, though it’s not clear how they monitor this; be sure to get a parking validation with purchase)