If you’re within the core periphery of Bangkok’s trendsetting set, you’ve surely checked out Warehouse 30, the newest brainchild of architect Duangrit Bunnag, which just opened to the public a few weeks ago. The warehouse-turned-lifestyle complex is home to the flagship store of Lonely Two Legged Creature, Duangrit’s very own fashion label started over a year ago with a talented young designer from Loei.
“Who’s lonely?” we ask the prolific architect. “I am!” Duangrit laughingly replies before explaining how the brand was shaped around the concept of loneliness—urbanites are all lonely so they wear certain types of clothing to “go and get a life.” The brand features pieces Duangrit and his peers would wear everyday: simple, minimal (“but not too boring”) clothing for men and women who work, chill and live in the city. A shirt costs less than THB1,500 (which is not bad considering how prices of other “minimal” fashion brands keep hiking up the Everest). The one-stop shop also retails selected fashion items from other Thai brands.
>Warehouse 30, Soi Charoenkrung 30. lonelytwoleggedcreature.com