Worama Umpairat, or most widely known as Mamo, is one of the best Bangkok bloggers. She tackles Bangkok’s huge fashion arena with nothing other than adorable and relatable cartoons. This fashion illustrator started drawing at the age of five and is inspired by both photographs and everyday people. Catch her drawing at a number of different cafes around Bangkok!
Ploy Chaya, style and social editor at Elle Thailand, has loved everything involving fashion and art since she was little. Also, she is a personal shopper for Topshop Thailand and has her own handmade collections, called “P’s Material.” Chava takes her camera with her everywhere she goes, and documents all of her photos (and more) on her fashion blog, P.O. Box.
Anita Bye only moved to Bangkok in 2013. Half Thai and half Norwegian, she grew up in Norway and finished up high school in Spain before deciding that she wanted to make a more permanent move to the City of Angels. Her blog not only focuses on Bangkok’s fashion scene, but also fitness, food, health and travel.
Nün Stannard is the co-owner and designer at Nün Bangkok. She only recently started blogging in 2014, creating a blog that reflects her personal style both literally and visually. Stannard utilizes her background in film in order to do make her blog come to life. Lately, she seems to be following the monochrome trend, with most of the outfits in her photos being almost entirely black and white, with a jean jacket here, a denim top there, and, of course, her striking blue hair. Her previous collections include Disney, Samsung, Lack of Colour and more.
Chalisa Viravan is one of the most versatile bloggers to take over Bangkok’s fashion scene. Stylist, designer, fashion writer and personal shopper are just a few of the roles she has taken on since her career as a stylist launched with Elle Thailand back in 2004. After, she then became an official shopper for some of Bangkok’s biggest malls, including Siam Paragon and Emporium. Her fashion blog, Taste of Nowhere, is one of Thailand’s most popular blogs.
Bangkokian Mark Maruwat studied fashion design in San Francisco and later interned in New York before returning to Bangkok in 2000. His blog, MM Candy, is where he debuts his personal style, and is one of the most popular fashion and lifestyle blogs in Bangkok. Aside from blogging, he is also the head designer at ASAVA.
Kamonnart Ongwandee’s now popular fashion blog started off as nothing more than an online journal back in 2009. Her collections of photos, illustrations and other inspirational pieces easily caught the attention of Bangkok’s fashionistas. She doesn’t just write about fashion, either — you can find everything from reviews on spas around the city as well as where she gets a stellar her hair cut on her blog.