Thailand streetwear store guide

Thailand streetwear store guide

Travelling to Thailand? Here’s your guide to 8 Thailand streetwear stores you must visit.

Thailand streetwear store guide

This is the moment so many Singaporeans have been waiting for, it’s now easier to travel to and from Thailand! The streetwear and sneaker scene is booming in Thailand, offering up a long list of streetwear labels and sneaker stores you need to check out. Our Thailand streetwear store guide is here to help you decide which stores to need to shop at when you visit The Land of Smiles.

1) VAC 

218/5-6, 2nd Floor, Siam Square Soi 1, Pathumwan Subdistrict, Pathumwan District 10330

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VAC is a streetwear store that’s perfect for the anime fans out there. While the brand carries authentic sneakers, VAC also has its own apparel line, VAC Culture, where you can find anime apparel of One Piece, Zoids, and Pokemon. Keep a lookout for upcoming collaborations and you might just see a collection of your favorite anime!

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2) Carnival 

Siam Square Soi 7, Bangkok

1693 Phahonyothin Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900

4,4/1-4/2,4/4 Central World 999/9 Rama 1 Road Khwaeng/Khet Pathum Wan Bangkok 10330

39 Moo 6 Bangna Trad Road Km 8 Bang Phli Samut Prakan 10540

98 98/1 Parallel Road, Bangna Trad-Suvarnabhumi Road, Bang Chalong Subdistrict, Bang Phli District, Samut Prakan 10540

Siam Paragon, Rama 1 Road, Pathum Wan Subdistrict, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok

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Carnival first started as a small Converse store in 2010, but it soon grabbed the attention of sneakerheads and gathered 100k likes on its Facebook page in six months. Today, it is one of the most well-known streetwear labels in Thailand with six stores around the country, cooking up collaborations with famous anime titles like Naruto, and artists like Hiroshi Nagai. More recently, Carnival collaborated with Netflix to release a limited edition collection of the overnight sensation, Squid Game. The entire collection sold out, which included everything from t-shirts and blankets to even tissue box casings. 

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3) Preduce 

218/9 Siam Square Soi 1 Pathumwan Bangkok 10330 Thailand

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Preduce, established in 2006, is the first Thai skateboard company. By working with designers, artists, filmmakers, photographers and musicians, Preduce creates a wide range of products which includes their own line of skateboard decks to apparels. Skaters need to check out their delectable Thai food inspired skate deck collection, which features photographs of iconic Thai dishes. Let’s not forget the iconic chicken plate pattern that’s printed onto the wheels!

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4) Outcast Store 

Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

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Founded in 2006, Outcast imports authentic hype sneakers and streetwear from the US, Japan, Korea and many more. Not only does Outcast import big global brands like Bape and Supreme, the store also stocks small independent Thai labels. What makes this store worth visiting is the artist merchandise – you’ll find multiple Takashi Murakami’s collaborations including his work with Billie Eilish, Vans and even Perrier. 

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5) Slum Ltd

428 Siam Square Soi 7 Pathumwan Bangkok, Thailand

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Slum Ltd is a streetwear fashion boutique store that curates its collection of exclusive items from well-known, global streetwear brands like Off-White, Supreme, Bape and Rip N Dip. If you’re looking for something more subtle, you can also shop their in-house label which offers a wide selection of essential apparel, bogo tees and accessories. 

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6) 24 Kilates

999/9 Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok, Thailand 10330

25/19 Soi Sukumvit 55 (Thonglor Rd), Klongton Nue, Watthana, Bangkok 10110

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Originally from Spain, 24 Kilates is a high-end sneaker boutique that opened two stores in Thailand. Bringing a fresh concept to each location, the 24 Kilates stores are definitely hard to miss. One of the stores was inspired by underground mines and the other was built to resemble the movement of a clock. It’s definitely an experience to shop at 24 Kilates unique concept stores.

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7) Q Design and Play 

Siam Center 3rd Floor rama 1 Rd, Patumwan, Bangkok 10330

Central at Central World 4th Floor, Ratchadamri Rd., Patumwan, Bangkok 10330

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Q Design and Play is a Thai streetwear brand founded by designers Praphat Somboonsitti and Ekkapoom Treechairusmee. Its collection features a range of graphic shirts and a unique take on office fashion, taking inspiration from Somboonsitti’s experience in graphic design, drawing and photography. Q Design and Play’s apparel has even been seen on Thai actor Upoompat and K-pop star Kim Seunghun. 

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8) Fuxury

Lido Theatre, 2nd Floor Siam Square Soi 2-3, Bangkok, Thailand

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Founded in 2012 by Nanthachai Kantasomboon, Thai streetwear brand Fuxury draws inspiration heavily from Japanese street style, as evidenced by their three outlets in Japan. But their unique approach sees a fusion of Thai cultural references and morbid, gothic imagery. Their most recent collaboration with 24 Kilates puts an streetwear spin on classic Muay Thai apparel. 

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