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Fashion in Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand is the Home of Hip, Young, Fashion Designers Who Create Gorgeous Clothing at Awesome Prices.
When Westerners think about Bangkok, they don't usually think about fashion. Bangkok, however, has some of the most innovative fashion and fashion designers in Asia, with prices that are much cheaper than comparable fashions in the West.
Bangkok has long shed its reputation for merely offering bargain clothing and fake merchandise or apparel at the city's numerous markets and street vendors. The Thai capital has emerged as a truly hip fashion hub in Asia, setting new parameters for the trendy and style-savvy, and everybody else who wants to sport the latest and greatest.
The talents of young, up-and-coming designers are being nurtured and their collections can be found along with those from top international couturiers and fashion houses at most of the city's upmarket malls and prime shopping areas. From either zany or chic avant garde to minimalistic Zen...
The twice-annual Bangkok Fashion Week and numerous trade fairs held throughout the year have helped significantly to raise the style bar and, along with fine, value-for-money workmanship and beautiful textiles like pure silk and cotton in abundance, the stage has been set to be fabulously in vogue.
A true treasure trove when it comes to fashion, Bangkok upscale shopping malls house everything from world-class labels to well-established local brands.
There are many places to buy new fashions in Bangkok but at these five Bangkok places or events, you'll find some of the coolest and most hip designer fashions in Thailand.
Siam Square, Siam Center, Jim Thompson House, Chatuchak Market and Suan Lum Night Bazar
Good Buys, Deals & Steals
While upmarket malls and surrounding shopping areas like Siam Square and certain sections of Sukhumvit Road are host to top local and international labels
and at prices that vary from reasonable to outrageous
- great bargains can still be found at many markets, the Pratunam area and, of course, shopping venues like MBK and Platinum Fashion Mall.
This is also where you'd want to browse for fashion accessories like shoes, bags, belts and costume jewellery.
For vintage and second-hand clothing, currently all the rage, head straight to Chatuchak where you can find anything from a pair of original Jimmy Choo shoes
(if you look hard enough)
is also the right place to shop for fakes, rip-offs and merchandise from either questionable origin or dubious authenticity.Whether you're looking for a comfortable shirt or hunting down a must-have trendy item to make a fashion statement or dazzle your date, you won't be let down in Bangkok.
Don't despair if small Asian sizes prove to be a bit of a squeeze; the city's tailors are known for fast turnaround times, affordability and quality work. And then there's plus-size clothing of course that caters for, well, 'larger' Western frames. Have a look at the sections below to acquaint yourself with what the fashion capital of Asia has to offer.
Where to Buy Handbags in Bangkok, Thailand ?
For the best bargain deals, head to local markets such as Khlong San or Major Ratchoyothin,
the popular Chatuchak Weekend Market, wholesale markets around Pratunam like Baiyoke Mall and Indra Mall,
or affordable shopping malls like MBK Centre and Platinum Fashion Mall.
If you're into fine-crafted and imported brands, luxurious shopping malls such as Siam Paragon,
The Emporium and Gaysorn would be your best bet. However, most up-and-coming local designers usually set up shop around Siam Square, directly across
from Siam Center.
Where to Buy Shoes in Bangkok, Thailand?
I'm a shopaholic when it comes to shoes, so Bangkok, Thailand is the perfect place for me. Buying shoes in Bangkok is as easy as opening the door and leaving your apartment as they are literally everywhere.
The styles are fabulous, you can find every color imaginable (and some you've probably never seen before!) and the prices are cheap.
If you'll be in Bangkok and want to find a great pair of shoes, look no further than these fabulous places for shoe shopping - I guarantee you'll find a pair you love.
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shopping mall located on New Phetchaburi Road inRatchathewi district, Bangkok, Thailand. The sale of counterfeit
Gaysorn plaza Gaysorn Plaza (pronounced Gay-sawn) is a shopping mall located on the Ratchaprasong shopping district, in Bangkok, Thailand.
Pantip Plaza is open daily from 10 AM to 9 PM. The stores within the plaza are free to operate their own hours. However, by 10 AM to 10.30 AM many stores aren't open and by 7:30 PM to 8 PM, many of the stores are already closing down. More Details
The mall contains international high-end brands such as, Louis Vuitton,Gucci, Prada, Givenchy, La Perla, Christian Dior, Loewe, Fendi and Hugo Boss. Gaysorn has five levels with more than 100 shops over an area of 12,600 square metres. More Details
The Emporium is a luxury shopping mall in Khlong Toei district, Bangkok , Thailand, which opened in 1997. It is owned and operated by The Mall Group and another huge mall, Siam Paragon.It is located on Sukhumvit Road at Sukhumvit Soi 24 beside Queen's Park and connected directly to the Phrom Phong Station on Sukhumvit Line of the BTS Skytrain by a footbridge. It is owned by the same company as Siam Paragon and its direct competitor isCentral Group. Both companiesalong h hypermarket operators Carrefour, Tesco Lotus, and Big C (the latter partially owned by Central Group) have turned Bangkok into a mall heaven, boasting a combined hundred locations. More Details
River City Shopping Complex
Central Department Store
River City Shopping Complex
is a shopping mall in Bangkok. It is Located alongside the Chao Phraya river on the Si Phraya Pier. Developed by the Italthai Group and
Central Department Store (Thai: สรรพสินค้าเซ็นทรัล) is a Thai department store chain, owned by Central Group.
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group it opened on December 1, 1984 and it has a floor area of
47,567 m².When it was completed in 1984 the complex was awarded the Gold Medal for the “Best Commercial Complex” by the Association of Siamese More Details
The store sold a large variety of local and international newspapers and magazines and carried the name "Central Trading Store". This was the first chapter of Central Department Stores' history. More Details