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Tori Richard Relocates Within The Shops at Wailea

October 27, 2015, 3:44 PM HST
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Tori Richard photo.

Tori Richard photo.

Tori Richard Ltd. has recently relocated their store within The Shops at Wailea to the ground floor near the East Wing. The 1,721-square-foot store invites leisurely shopping with an open layout and a fresh color scheme of Pacific blue, mustard yellow and white that appeals to both men and women.

Tori Richard creates brand new fashion lines throughout the year using the company’s proprietary cotton lawn, silk, custom Jacquards and flowing chiffon, featuring prints rendered in as many as 18 distinct colors to capture brilliant hues and intricate design.

All designs are unique and exclusive to Tori Richard, and “when they’re gone, they’re gone, becoming part of our design legacy,” said spokesperson Aubrey Hawk.

Tori Richard designers will sometimes reimagine prints from the company’s vast archives, much to the delight of aficionados and new fans alike.

The new store plays host to Tori Richard’s playful side as well, with an authentic 1970s’ Vespa scooter custom painted in signature Tori Richard orange.


Tori Richard was founded in 1956. The family owned company headquartered in Honolulu. Shoppers can view a pictorial history showcasing Tori Richard’s island legacy and global fashion appeal.


At Tori Richard, “resort is a state of mind.”

For more about The Shops at Wailea, call (808) 891-6770 or go online.

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