Be still your hearts, Stussy fans. The OG streetwear brand has opened its first-ever pop-up store in Bangkok, offering a cool lineup of striking prints and rich autumnal hues to jazz up your wardrobe.

Head there to cop its Fall 2019 collection, which features style staples in classic patterns like argyle, paisley, tie-dye, checker and camouflage. Standouts include the panel track jacket (B6,700) and pants (B6,300), the block paisley shirt (B6,500), and the Stussy stripe crew tee (B3,600). To complete your California surf-inspired looks, be sure to check out the accessories—think tree bark backpacks, double mask tote bags and white nylon strapback caps (B1,900). 

Also exclusive to the pop-up store is the brand’s showcase of its vintage pieces from the archive. The star item goes to the Stussy Elephant Archive Tee (B2,400), only available in limited quantities.

Founded in the early 1980s by Orange County surfboard shaper Shawn Stussy, the cult high-end streetwear label is known for its iconic, hand-lettered signature-like print on apparel and accessories, as well as for infusing gritty East Coast street style into its California skater-surfer roots. The label is considered by many as one of the original streetwear brands that paved the way for other renowned names including Supreme, A Bathing Ape and Off-White.

The Stussy “Archive” pop-up store is held on 5/F, Siwilai Store, Central Embassy, Phloen Chit Rd., from now until Oct 15.