The origins of the Reyn Spooner brand can be traced back to 1949, when Reyn McCullough, founder of Reyn Spooner, had his first menswear shop on Catalina Island. Reyn began developing as many as six family-owned retail stores in Avalon, among them, Reyn’s Men’s Wear. This store sold only luxury men’s sportswear and Hawaiian printed shirts created by Reyn himself. McCullough was able to find … Continue reading Introducing the Avalon Aloha Shirt
Hawaii has a subtropical climate and soil heavy with volcanic ash, allowing for beautifully rare plants to flourish. Because of this, Hawaii makes for the perfect place for the Amaryllis Lily to thrive. Known for its broad leaves and large red flowers, this Hawaiian Lily can often times be found in Haleakala Park or other volcanoes amongst the island. Amaryllis means splendid beauty. Our … Continue reading “Lily Pareau” & “Pua A Me Lau” – Two Iconic Prints Just in Time For Summer
ISLAND RETAILER REYN SPOONER TO OPEN AT KA MAKANA ALI‘I HONOLULU June 4, 2015 – DeBartolo Development announced today that Reyn Spooner, world-renowned for its fine garment detailing in island sportswear, will open its ninth Hawai‘i location at Ka Makana Ali‘i, the 1.4 million-square-foot regional mall currently under construction in West O‘ahu. “Reyn Spooner has set the standard for business and casual fashion in Hawai‘i, … Continue reading On Behalf of the Executive Team of Reyn Spooner, We Are Proud to Announce Plans to Open Our Ninth Store at Ka Makana Ali’i
Fashion Blog about Na Hoku Award winner Sean Robbins. Reyn Spooner, a Hawaiian shirt company since 1956, is proud to support local musicians in the Hawaii community. Continue reading Presenting Na Hoku Hanohano Award winner Sean Robbins
Imagine yourself peeking through the windows of the original Reyn’s Men’s Wear store, located on the small island of Catalina. You wouldn’t see the bright prints and aloha apparel like you would normally see in the Reyn Spooner stores of today. You would see traditional men’s sport’s wear. It wasn’t until the next decade that Reyn McCullough, founder of Reyn Spooner, decided to introduce aloha … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: A Look At Reyn Spooner’s History
May Day in Hawaii is also Lei Day. The first Lei Day was held on May 1, 1928. On this spring celebration day, festivals are held with hula, music, lei making demonstrations and exhibits. A lei represents the spirit of Aloha with its colorful flowers, hand craftsmanship and fragrance. It always brings a smile and joy to the giver and wearer. Happy May Day! New … Continue reading Happy May Day!
Summer Commemorative 2015 Always in time for Father’s Day, our summer commemorative Aloha shirt has been a tradition since the 90’s. It’s one of our many small release series that is collected by enthusiasts around the world. So hurry! When they are gone, they are gone! This year, we bring you a block print design by artist Dietrich Varez that brings island and patriotic themes … Continue reading Summer Commemorative 2015 is here! Just in time for Father’s Day and 4th of July.
Sail in Aloha Style at Transpac 2015 As an official sponsor of Transpac, Reyn Spooner is proud to announce the release of our Transpac 2015 Collection of limited edition aloha shirts, t-shirts, shorts and outerwear. The collection celebrates the spirit of sailing and this legendary race. Our special commemorative aloha shirt graphically depicts the entire Transpac voyage from start to finish. Each piece features the … Continue reading Limited edition Transpac apparel
Pepe‘e, or young fern leaves in Hawaiian Relax in this easy fit, very tropical shirt. Made in our luxurious “Beach” blend fabric. Shipping is on us, If you order online from April 6th-8th. Go to https://www.reynspooner.com for our newest collection of men’s clothing! Join the conversation @reynspooner, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter Continue reading New Release: Reyn Spooner’s Pepe‘e Aloha Shirt
Head into one of our Reyn Spooner stores located in Hawaii or go to https://www.reynspooner.com to see our collection of Aloha shirts, shorts, swimwear, accessories, and pants! Continue reading Wear Reyn Spooner anytime from the office to the beach