Buzz: This multi-label fashion, jewelry and accessories store features a selection of rare imported products handpicked by owner Sarin Vongkusolkit.
Decor: It’s a very small kiosk which features a modern, minimal design with boxy, black-framed showcases.
Goods: Women’s hats, rings and necklaces imported from the US, Italy, UK, Spain and Japan. They all come from small, new brands that aren’t available elsewhere in Bangkok. We particularly like new comer OS, which does necklaces and hats decorated with animal bones (from B1,400); the canvas caps with vibrant acrylic logos from New-York label Adeen (from B6,000); and Italian jewelry maker Bernard Delettrez’s macabre rings and bracelets which feature spooky eyes, spiders, bats and skulls (pictured, B8,000).
Why you’ll be back: While definitely more expensive than the trinkets sold across the street at Siam Square, Wanderlust’s carefully curated selection is more exclusive and edgy. It’s also much more reasonable than the major European brands in Paragon. Nutthachai Bunluthangthum
|Address:||Wanderlust, 3/F, Siam Center, Rama 1 Rd., Bangkok, Thailand|
|Open since:||June, 2013|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 7am-6pm; Fri-Sun 7am-9pm|
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