Trunkh is concept store selling everything from high art and furniture to street fashion and everyday homewares, it is one of kind store in Cambodia. Prices range from $1 to $1000, and the product mix includes lightweight and compact items made easy for shipping and travelling.
Items include discarded hand painted street and shop signs, silk screened bedlinen and soft furnishings, photo reprints on canvas, original art, used handmade iron and wood stools, resprayed tin furniture, enameled and ceramic kitchenware, limited edition linen shirts and boxers, designer t-shirts, scarves, jewels and ephemera rescued from demolished colonial buildings.
Phnom is quality kids fashion made with environmentally friendly materials and a socially responsible soul. Simple style ideas are blended with cool designs and each piece is carefully made by hand. Organic materials sourced in new zealand and cambodia are transformed through design and craftsmanship into clothes for loy-cool-kids. It’s the perfect way to give your kids a green education without sacrificing a bit of style.
Color offers a good selection of vintage clothing and accessories sources both domestically and internationally. Each item is carefully chosen and refined and restored before it ends up in Color’s shop in Phnom Penh. They also offer free alterations on any item in their collection.
You can find Color on Street 13 opposite Friends the Restaurant, just 100 meters north of National Museum.
Sakura Recycle Shop is one of the biggest second hand chains in Phnom Penh, they have five different stores in Phnom Penh and one in Siem Reap. Their shop on Street 271 is probably their biggest shop and it even has a special furniture department. Sakura import all their second hand products from Japan and their shop is nice and organized.
The place is swamped with a random selection of used stuff and at times it can be hard to see the good stuff, but if you have time and you are looking for a bargain then this is a great place.
City Mart is one of Phnom Penh’s better Sports Shop, situated on the fourth floor of Sorya Shopping Center. City Mart offers sportswear, shoes and sports equipment.
Toto Recycle Shop is one of the few second hand stores in Phnom Penh. They get all their second hand products from Japan. The place is swamped with a random selection of used stuff, mostly clothes but they also have toys, china, bags and shoes. You can also find a few vintage items here. At times it can be hard to see the good stuff because of all the stuff. But if you have time and want to find bits and pieces to bargain prices this is the place to visit.
WExport on Sihanouk Blvd is one of the bigger clothing stores in Phnom Penh. It has four floors; ground floor is men’s Clothing, first floor is women’s clothing, second floor is children’s clothing and third floor is bags and accessories.
WExport offers western size clothes from various western brands such as Dockers, Gap, Benetton, most of the clothes are made in Cambodia.
Ambre is probably the most famous haute couture shop in Phnom Penh. The founder and the designer behind the shop and brand is Romyda Keth, a Cambodian born woman who grew up and studied in Paris, France.
Her designs are characterized by an undeniably feminine style, coloring that is a harmonious blend of shades, elegance without sacrifice of detail, garments that fit the curves and highlight the figure, and materials that are both versatile and of high quality.
KeoK’jay, meaning bright green or fresh in Khmer, is a social responsible fashion shop in Phnom Penh. Every step in making a KeoK’jay product is considered with the producer, the customer, and the environment in mind, from design, to materials, to production, to packaging. The offer edgy, contemporary women cloths and accessories, made by HIV positive women in a environmentally friendly way.
Smateria offers Italian designed fashion accessories and bags made from recycled material. It was established in Cambodia in 2006 by two Italian women who believed “One man’s junk is another man’s treasure”.
Jasmine Boutique offers sophisticated designed fashion for women that responds to the changing seasons with creativity and vision. Jasmine creates two collections a year from the finest Cambodian silk, hand woven and hand dyed in custom colors.
Subtyl is an attractive women’s fashion boutique located on the popular shopping street, Street 240. Their products are a subtle mix of feminity and practicality and if you can’t find your size they can tailor it for you.
Couleurs d’Asie has been established in Phnom Penh since 1997 and is located on the popular shopping street, Street 240. They integrate contemporary designs to traditional Cambodian silks that combine cottage industry weaving, original embroideries and the subtle play of materials.
Couleurs d’Asie has developed a full range of textile products for home decoration, gifts clothes, accessories and jewelry. They can also customize their products after your needs and measurements.
Wanderlust is a chic little fashion boutique with an American designer behind the brand. They opened in Phnom Penh in 2009 and is located on the popular shopping street, Street 240, behind the Royal Palace. The designers vision is to create hip and colorful cotton clothing and accessories.
Water Lily is a charming little jewelry shop hidden behind a small but lushful garden on Street 240. The shop is filled with shelves, cabinets, baskets, jars and boxes that invite you to discover playfully handmade jewelries designed by Christine Gauthier.
Christine has taken her inspiration from the Cambodian nature and each jewelry has its own history. You can find necklaces, earrings, bracelets, brooches, hats, bags and much more made from both recycled material and pearls.
Mango offers European fashion for young and urban women. Mango is worldwide famous clothing company specializing in women’s apparel and accessories. Mango clothing brand MNG was founded in 1984 and is one of the leading fashion companies in Europe with its base in Barcelona.
The Mango store in Phnom Penh will offer the same clothes and accessories as all the other Mango stores in the world offers. Mango is definitely a high end fashion shop in Phnom Penh and might seem a little bit pricey but if you want the latest fashion from Europe in European sizes this is the place to go to.
Axara is one of the few international fashion brands that have made its way to Cambodia, located in a beautiful villa on Sihanouk Blvd not far from Independence Monument. Axara is a romantic and sensual fashion brand aimed at young women from the age of 20 to 40.
Carino offers women fashion shoes from Malaysia.
Bliss offers casual, feminine and timeless women and children clothing with a romantic touch. In the shop you can find light cotton dresses and tops perfect for the Cambodian climate.
The shop is located on Phnom Penh’s most popular shopping street, Street 240.