8 Contemporary Thai Fashion Brands to Keep On Your Radar

From resortwear to footwear.
Published: June 21, 2024
Thai Brands to Keep in Your Radar
Photo: Courtesy of Mitr

Thailand has been a top vacation destination for many thanks to its rich history, delightful hospitality, vibrant food culture and colourful markets. It's also fast-becoming home to a plethora of independent fashion and accessories brands offering everything from contemporary designs to sculptural and cultural motifs. From Aimer and its sustainability-focused garments to Gongdid Design and its signature pleated offerings, we share our top picks for your next shopping spree in the Land of Smiles.

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1. Aimer

Aimer prides itself on offering garments and accessorises made using high quality materials by expert craftspeople. Its specialty lies in elevated staples reimagined for the fashion forward woman of today who appreciates elegant, minimalist styles. The brand's committed to sustainability and ethical production practices also deserve a notable mention. If you're someone looking for business casual separates that you can dress up or down, depending on where you're heading to, then Aimer is the brand for you.

For more information, visit their website.

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2. Blackdog

Founded on the concept of unrestricted fashion in 2015, Blackdog offers contemporary cool garments in materials with stretch. The Bangkok-based brand's unique selling point lies in its disproportioned silhouettes, eye-catching prints and fashionforward designs. If you're someone looking to up the sartorial ante of your existing wardrobe with unique pieces, Blackdog is your best bet.

For more information, visit their website.

3. Stolen Stores

Seen on the likes of Thai actress Davika Hoorne and everyone's favourite 'it' girl Sabrina Carpenter, Stolen Stores is best known for its sophisticated and designs that prominently feature colour and stylistic elements—think unique crop details, ruffles with flowing layers the like. While stocking predominantly ultra-feminine designs in blush tones and whisper-soft fabric, Stolen Stores also offers edgy designs—from cut-outs to belts and buckle details.

For more information, visit their website.

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4. Landmeé

Founded in 2002 by Netdaw Vattanasimakon, Landmeé's designs have not only caught the eyes of local fashion mavens, but also celebrities like BLACKPINK's Lisa and Thai actress Tontawan Tantivejakul. The brand reimagines the contemporary woman's attire by putting a modern twist on '70s bohemian fashion. It spring/summer 2024 collection includes high quality fabrics in flowing silhouettes and intricate details woven with lace and ribbons.

For more information, visit their website.

5. Gongdid Design

Inspired by the term "weaving machine" in Thai, Gongdid Design is known for leisure wear and casual looks with their signature pleated designs. The brand's collection features intricate patterns, fabrics and textures that are wrinkle resistant, keeping you looking sleek and fashionable. If you're someone who is always on the move, these breathable designs are perfect for you.

For more information, visit their website.

6. Mitr

With its highly-popular designs, chances are you've probably come across someone wearing Mitr while on vacation—yes, it's that good. The Thai brand is renowned for their flattering cuts and use of organic cotton while mixing feminine details with bold patterns and colours. In an effort to become more sustainable, the brand recently launched Kalyana By Mitr, an upcycling project that transforms their fabric waste into fun crafts and accessories. Check it out the next time you're planning a tropical vacation.

For more information, visit their website.

7. Oyster Footwear

Founded by graphic designer Varamol Chanakitkarnchai, Thai label Oyster Footwear was born out of her passion for contemporary design. The brand elevates mainstream footwear trends with playful accents and high-quality craftsmanship. Inspired by contemporary and minimalistic aesthetics, Oyster Footwear transforms accessories into wearable art.

Oyster Footwear is the brainchild of graphic designer Varamol Chanakitkarnchai. It elevates mainstream trends with playful accents into high-quality footwear. Inspired by contemporary and minimalist aesthetics, its offerings can also be described as wearable art—perfect for anyhow looking to for a some razzle-dazzle on their feet.

For more information, visit their website.

8. H I D E

HIDE is a multi-label store retailing many well-known Thai brands like Pennyy PincherLick And Promise, and Plain Jayne. It offers a unique selection of streetwear—including their very own house brand, H . BY H I D E. The store is owned by Tao and Fang, a friendly couple that creatively promotes their well-curated garments online with how-to style videos, vlogs and OOTD pictures.

For more information, visit their website.

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