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Color Vintage Clothing and Accessories

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.

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Sakura Recycle Shop (Str.271)

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.

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Boueng Keng Kang Market

Boeung Keng Kang Market is a popular market among young Cambodia looking for fashion items to affordable prices. The Market is located in the south part of BBK1, between Street 380 and Street 392.

At Boeung Keng Kang Market you can find all the usual markets supplies such as fresh vegetables, meat, households supplies, clothes and beauty parlors. But what makes Boeung Keng Kang Market a little bit unique is that you can also find a lot of stalls selling vintage clothes, shoes and bags from other parts of Asia.

 

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Kandal Market (Phsar Kandal)

Kandal Market is a genuine local market that is located in the center of Phnom Penh close to Riverside. The Khmer name of the market is Phsar Kandal which translates to “market in the middle” or “central market”, not to be confused with the “real” Central Market, Phsar Thmei.

Kandal Market does not look like much from the outside but when you get further in it is relatively clean and fresh, even though the walkways are small and narrow. The Market is filled with goods like clothes, jewelry, shoes, bags but the majority of it is fresh food for the locals.

The Market is open from early morning until late evening but some of the stalls inside the market close at 5-6pm.

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Toto Recycle Shop Japan

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.

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WExport Store

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.

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Ambre

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.

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Friends 'n' Stuff

Friends ‘n’ Stuff shop is located next to Friends the Restaurant and it sells products made by the parents of children in need, from various Friends projects as well as other consignment items.

After some serious shopping, you can relax here with a manicure and massage by Mith Samlanh’s beauty training students at The Nailbar.

Friends ‘n’ Stuff has a small shop at Russian Market aswell.