The 5 best Thai Clothing Designers Bangkok

Senada Theory

AT: SIAM CENTER, 3RD FLOOR

979 Rama I Road
Pathumwan
+66 (0)2 252 2757
www.senadatheory.com

Senada combines Thai silks and Indian embroidery to create fashionable clothing for women. The melange of ethnic, eclectic and modern are both feminist and cutting edge. Senada is at the forefront of Thai design. The Siam Center flagship store has the best selection of their catalogue.

Disaya

AT: CENTRALWORLD,
GROOVE ZONE, 2ND FLOOR

999/9 Rama I Road
+66 (0)2 646 1828
www.disaya.com

Showing off her stint at St. Martin’s Fashion College in London, Disaya mixes Thai cuteness with British practicality, and celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez and Amy Winehouse have worn her fun cartoon print dresses. Her boutique store in Central Groove has 120 square metres of pink and gold tones to accent all the chic clothing.

Sretsis

AT: CENTRAL EMBASSY,
2ND FLOOR
1031 Ploenchit Road
+66 (0)2 160 5874
www.sretsis.com

The name means ‘sisters’ spelled backwards, and is the now renowned brand created by three Thai sisters who were influenced by their New York and Paris fashion design school and haute couture internship experiences. They create girlie graphic print clothing that mixes a retro look with modern twists.

Flynow by Chamnan

AT: SIAM PARAGON, 1ST FLOOR
991 Rama I Road
+66 (0)2 610 9410
www.flynowbangkok.com

Bangkok’s Harper’s Bazaar Fashion Director and haute couturier Chamnan Pakdeesuk is the longest-standing success story on the Bangkok design scene. Starting with a tiny ladies’ wear collection, Flynow has evolved into an avant-garde label, acclaimed as a top designer at London Fashion Week, and today has expanded into leather, accessories, and much more.

Greyhound

AT: SIAM CENTER, 1ST FLOOR
979 Rama I Road
+66 (0)2 251 4917
www.greyhound.co.th

What is now one of the city’s top fashion teams was started in 1980 by four friends with no fashion design background. They started out with t-shirts for men, and now have a long line of both men’s and women’s wear which tries to blend modernism and minimalism, with the clothing suitable for both formal and casual situations, perfect for the tropics.

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