Founded in 2010, 6 P.M. is a fashionable menswear brand that stresses manliness. Its creator, design graduate Chanchai Suwannachaya, has infused his collections with his passion for art, music, theatre and history. The 6 P.M. brand represents daily wear that is different, yet socially acceptable.
Chanchai wants his 6 P.M. man to be unique, independent and assertive, flaunting his difference to ordinary clothing. The 6 P.M. brand outfits a gentleman who holds a hidden rebellion towards society, communicating this through his choice of designer clothing.
Taking the opportunity to expand on her family’s hand-crafted leather shoes business, Boonyanuch Vittayasumrit extended her knowledge and expertise in leather shoes into different forms of leatherwork.31 Thanwa (which means 31 December – her birthday) symbolizes the “Present” for the new you.
It is based on the family’s long tradition of quality expertise and knowledge, while incorporating the creative innovation and limitless possibilities of the younger generation with her Odyssey Collection – a journey to the future.
Ta.Tha.Ta produces high quality leather watch straps dyed with floral imprints. Only the very best leather is selected and crafted by hand to exact specifications so that each piece stands out on your wrist as an item of real beauty, highlighted by our 3 triangular symbols.
Our company was born out of a love for leather work and its timeless beauty. Our study of leather products indicates that its real beauty only shines through every day use. The more you use it, the higher its esteem. We want you to value our leather creations.
Zurrreal creates and manufactures Japanese-inspired men’s clothing, primarily casual trousers, shirts, shorts, jackets, T-shirts and caps. Products are sold online (for photos and contact info,
see https://www.facebook.com/Zurrreal/info) and at special promotional events like BIFF&BIL 2015.
Thai Num Choke Textile manufactures durable woven fabrics for furniture and home textiles, and specializes in using eco-friendly natural fibers
such as kapok, pineapple, lotus, banana, bamboo, galangal, sugar palm and betel nuts, all colored with natural dyes.