Originally launched as a pop-up vintage store in Bangkok, new Thai-Australian fashion label Seeker Studios specializes in gender-neutral, season-less designs. 

The debut collection features garments made from hand-woven and hand-dyed cotton created by artisans in Lampang province in Northern Thailand.
Challenging the country's obsession with fast fashion, pieces are available only in small batches of no more than 15. “Thai crafts are often overlooked in favor of trendy Korean-inspired pieces, but we want to show that local materials can also make timeless clothes too,” says the brand's creative director, Nan Tohch.
Designs are minimal, with versatile shirts, trousers, tunics and dresses in indigo and natural white that can be worn year-round. 
The brand eventually plans to expand into a lifestyle store selling homeware and organic cosmetics. All pieces are available online at www.seekerxretriever.com or IG: seekerxretriever, starting from around B2,200.
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