Cookie’s Clothing Opens at Queens’ MarketPlace

December 12, 2016, 8:30 AM HST
* Updated December 12, 12:24 PM
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img_0978Fashionable Hawai‘i Islanders have a stylish new option at Queens’ MarketPlace, with the opening of Cookie’s Clothing Company.

The boutique specializes in the latest women’s dresses, separates and accessories for the colorful island lifestyle.

This is the eighth store for the Cookie’s brand, founded by owner-operator Christina Cook. Born into

Born into the fashion world on O‘ahu, Cookie learned the business from her parents, Howard and Darcy Cook, who created the Bebe and Bebe Sport lines.

“I was raised in fashion my whole life,” said Cook. “I decided to pursue it as a career after college at the age of 24. Having my own clothing store is the only thing I’ve ever wanted to do.”


Describing the Cookie’s look as “fun, flirty and affordable,” Cook added, “We focus on fashion and styles for all women’s sizes and ages. From age 20 to 70, we have you covered.”


“Our shopping center is a growing, thriving place for all kinds of shoppers,” said Sales & Operations Manager Margo Bunnell. “And, as the passion for fashion continues to grow, we are excited to keep expanding the Queens’ MarketPlace community of fashion retailers—where local residents and visitors from around the world love to come shop for great clothes for women, men and children.”

Cookie’s Clothing Company in Queens’ MarketPlace in Waikoloa is open from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily.



For more information, visit

Since it opened in 2007, Queens’ MarketPlace in Waikoloa Beach Resort has earned a reputation among visitors and kama‘āina as “the gathering place of the Kohala Coast,” full of shoppin opportunities, services and great food, along with entertainment and arts programs, movies under the stars and large-scale concerts in Waikoloa Bowl at Queens’ Gardens.

For more information, visit or call 886-8822.

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