5 unisex clothing brands to shop in Thailand

The lines between conventional menswear and womenswear have been blurred – and rightly so. Here is where you can buy and order unisex clothing and genderless brands in Thailand.

From societal norms to traditional expectations, there are many things that have kept people from fully expressing themselves. Clothing is also one of those things. However, it’s not always so black and white, and luckily many fashion brands have figured this out.

Celebrities like Jonathan Van Ness, Demi Lovato and Harry Styles have been huge advocates of wearing what you want. It doesn’t matter your gender: you can wear a skirt, pants or anything in between. The only thing that matters is your comfort.

Androgynous or unisex clothing started to catch on in Thailand. With several Thai designers embracing the spirit of genderless clothing, here’s where you can shop these collections below.

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Women’s fashion has been around for quite a long time now and challenges stereotypical gender roles through its collections. One of their latest lines is called “Good ‘Ol Whats-her-face'” and is produced with recycled, vintage or small business fabrics. Produced in Bangkok, this line aims to raise proceeds from sales and also help those impacted by the pandemic. Unisex clothing with a cause.

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This minimalist clothing brand makes sure to use things around them. Their new collection, ‘Dawn to Dusk’, is made from 100% hand-woven cotton and unsold fabric. Making sure to use environmentally friendly production methods, Seeker x Retriever is loved by the local community. Their clothes represent a simpler way of life, reflected in their simple and relaxed designs. Their belief is that clothes shouldn’t define you and there should be no limits to what you can wear.

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Shamelessly bringing a wide variety of colors, Wonder Anatomy tries to bend all the rules of fashion. This rebellious fashion label is headed by Thai designer Chalermiat ‘Pop’ Khatikasamlert and is known for its detailed design and patterns. For those with a carefree and fun spirit, this one’s for you.

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Created in 2012 by Nattapon Kanokvaleewong, Leisure Projects is inspired by the designer’s daily encounters with art, music and travel. The brand shamelessly mixes styles and draws inspiration from a lot of things around them, and makes them a fun choice for unisex clothing. Their new spring/summer 2021 “Thalassophile” collection uses different materials, patterns and colors.

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Painkiller Atelier aims to tell a story through its clothes. Their new Spring/Summer 2021 “Live Ride Love” collection aims to revive the traditional cowboy western look. They take traditional details like piping and fringe and try to modernize them. They aim to ensure that the people who wear their clothes are “prepared to bravely fight the bad guys and the obstacles of everyday life”. A stimulating collection for an autonomous person.

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Michael O. Stutler