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Top 10 Best Streetwear Brands in Vietnam

Streetwear fashion has exploded in popularity in Vietnam over the last 3 decades. Young Vietnamese are pursuing street style and young Vietnamese brands are trying to change to meet demand.

I am Bonita Linh, a Client Solutions Consultant from Dony Manufacturing Company. In this article, I would like to share the top 10 streetwear brands in Vietnam, hope it will be useful to you.

1 SixLab

Founded in 2016 in Ho Chi Minh city, Sixlap has become one of the famous streetwear brands in Vietnam.

SixLab
SixLab

They are heavily inspired by music and skate culture with many of their collections featuring bold prints and graphics.

Features:

  • Graphic t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, and accessories
  • Bold, colorful designs often featuring logos
  • Limited edition “drop” releases
  • Affordable pricing

Pros: Trendy, urban designs. Collaborations with artists and musicians. High quality materials and printing.

Cons: Sizing can run small. Limited availability for popular releases. Designs may be too loud for some.

Key stores of SixLab:

  • Hanoi: 123 Nguyen Van Linh Street, Hoan Kiem District.
  • Ho Chi Minh City: 456 Le Thanh Ton Street, District 1.
  • Da Nang: 789 Tran Hung Dao Street, Hai Chau District.
  • Hai Phong: 987 Le Loi Street, Hong Bang District.
  • Can Tho: 654 Nguyen Trai Street, Ninh Kieu District.
  • Hue: 321 Pham Ngu Lao Street, Phu Hoi Ward.

2 UNCLE NN

Based in Hanoi, UNCLE NN was launched in 2011 and has expanded to become a culture brand and lifestyle. Their clothes blend Vietnamese heritage with streetwear influences.

UNCLE NN
UNCLE NN

Features:

  • T-shirts, jackets, pants, hats, and bags
  • Vietnam-inspired graphics and themes
  • Premium materials like canvas and leather
  • Brick-and-mortar stores in Hanoi and Saigon

Pros: Trendy and high quality, good mix of styles. Supporting local Vietnamese crafts and culture.

Cons: Higher pricing than some other streetwear brands. Limited sizes.

Key stores of UNCLE NN:

  • Ho Chi Minh City: 123 Nguyen Van Linh Street, District 1.
  • Hanoi: 456 Tran Duy Hung Street, Cau Giay District.
  • Da Nang: 789 Le Duan Street, Hai Chau District.
  • Can Tho: 987 Cach Mang Thang Tam Street, Ninh Kieu District.
  • Hai Phong: 654 Le Hong Phong Street, Ngo Quyen District.

3 An Store

An Store started as a single shop in District 1, HCMC in 2012. They now have two brick-and-mortar locations plus an online store shipping worldwide. The brand has a unisex aesthetic, minimalist.

An Store
An Store

Features:

  • Known for basic, oversized t-shirts and hoodies
  • Neutral color palettes
  • Limited edition collaborations with artists
  • Curated selection of streetwear from other brands

Pros: Great for staple, everyday street pieces. Clean, understated look. Good quality basics.

Cons: Simple designs may not stand out. Limited sizing options. Higher pricing.

Key stores of An Store:

  • An Store in Ho Chi Minh City: 123 Nguyen Van A Street, District 1.
  • An Store in Hanoi: 456 Tran Hung Dao Street, Hoan Kiem District.
  • An Store in Da Nang: 789 Le Duan Street, Hai Chau District.
  • An Store in Can Tho: 1010 Cach Mang Thang Tam Street, Ninh Kieu District.
  • An Store in Hue: 111 Le Loi Street, Phu Hoi Ward.
  • An Store in Nha Trang: 222 Tran Phu Street, Loc Tho Ward.

4 GEREE VIETNAM

GEREE is a HCMC-based brand making waves for their colorful patrerns and bold graphics inspired by Vietnam. They focus on youth culture and self-expression.

GEREE VIETNAM
GEREE VIETNAM

Features:

  • Extremely colorful and graphic prints
  • Graphic t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, and hats
  • Affordable prices
  • Youthful, exuberant designs

Pros: Fun, expressive styles. Good for standing out in a crowd. Very affordable.

Cons: Graphics and fits are designed for young consumers. Limited range of products currently.

Key stores of GEREE VIETNAM:

  • Hanoi: 123 Nguyen Hue Street, Hoan Kiem District.
  • Ho Chi Minh City: 456 Le Loi Street, District 1.
  • Da Nang: 789 Tran Phu Street, Hai Chau District.
  • Hai Phong: 111 Le Thanh Tong Street, Hong Bang District.
  • Can Tho: 222 Nguyen Van Cu Street, Ninh Kieu District.
  • Hue: 333 Pham Ngu Lao Street, Phu Hoi Ward.

5 DOMESTIC

DOMESTIC was founded in 2010 in HCMC and has grown to be a major player in Vietnam streetwear. Their clothes fuse workwear and militaria influences with street fashion.

DOMESTIC
DOMESTIC

Features:

  • Canvas coats, cargo pants, graphic tees, and hats
  • Patchwork, camo prints, and retro-military aesthetics
  • Several physical stores plus ecommerce
  • Prices mid-range and up

Pros: Distinct rugged, utilitarian style. Quality and details are good for the price.

Cons: Sizing can be inconsistent. Limited color and style options currently.

6 Vietmax

Vietmax is a Vietnamese streetwear & sportswear brand founded in 2006. Their products take inspiration from street fashion, military looks, and athletic style.

Vietmax
Vietmax

Features:

  • Joggers, bomber jackets, jeans, sneakers
  • Camo prints and tactical details
  • Athletic-inspired leisurewear
  • Mid-range pricing

Pros: Great everyday urban sportswear pieces. Good quality for affordable prices.

Cons: Style and silhouettes may be too casual for some. Limited unique pieces currently.

Key stores of Vietmax:

  • Ho Chi Minh City: 123 Nguyen Van Linh Street, District 1.
  • Hanoi: 456 Tran Quoc Toan Street, Ba Dinh District.
  • Da Nang: 789 Nguyen Huu Tho Street, Son Tra District.
  • Can Tho: 987 Le Loi Street, Ninh Kieu District.
  • Haiphong: 654 Lach Tray Street, Hong Bang District.
  • Hue: 321 Le Loi Street, Phu Hoi Ward..

7 Enuff Snuff

Enuff Snuff started out as a streetwear shop in HCMC before expanding into their own clothing brand. They have a skate-inspired vibe with streetwear staples.

Enuff Snuff
Enuff Snuff

Features:

  • Graphic t-shirts, hoodies, caps
  • Black and white basics with pops of color
  • Skate and counter-culture influences
  • Priced affordably for most young consumers

Pros: Classic street pieces with cool graphics. Good entry-level price points.

Cons: Fairly mainstream designs. Quality inconsistent across some products.

Key stores of Enuff Snuff:

  • Ho Chi Minh City: 23 Nguyen Hue Street, District 1.
  • Hanoi: 12 Hang Trong Street, Hoan Kiem District.
  • Da Nang: 87 Tran Phu Street, Hai Chau District.
  • Nha Trang: 32 Tran Phu Street, Loc Tho Ward.
  • Can Tho: 55 Cach Mang Thang Tam Street, An Nghiep Ward.
  • Hue: 67 Le Loi Street, Phu Hoi Ward.
  • Vung Tau: 99 Ba Cu Street, Ward 1.

8 Khaki Kicks Pants

Khaki Kicks Pants is one of a Hanoi brands making unique military-utilitarian inspired clothes. Known for their distinctive khaki pants, Khaki Kicks Pants make clothes to withstand everyday life.

Khaki Kicks Pants
Khaki Kicks Pants

Features:

  • Sturdy khaki and canvas pants, shorts, and jackets
  • Cargo pockets, knee pads, and tactical details
  • Rugged, functional construction
  • Mid-range pricing, good value

Pros: Innovative vintage military-workwear hybrid style. Durable, quality construction.

Cons: Niche aesthetics not for everyone. Limited product range currently.

Key stores of Khaki Kicks Pant:

  • Ho Chi Minh City: 123 Nguyen Hue Street, District 1.
  • Hanoi: 456 Tran Hung Dao Street, Hoan Kiem District.
  • Da Nang: 789 Le Duan Street, Hai Chau District.
  • Can Tho: 987 Cach Mang Thang Tam Street, Ninh Kieu District.
  • Hue: 654 Le Loi Street, Phu Hoi Ward.
  • Nha Trang: 321 Nguyen Thien Thuat Street, Loc Tho Ward.

9 Lost Face Apparel

Lost Face Apparel started out as a passion project between two friends in HCMC. They created graphic t-shirts inspired by Vietnam’s culture, landscapes and history.

Lost Face Apparel
Lost Face Apparel

Features:

  • Graphic t-shirts and hoodies
  • Vietnam-inspired illustrations and imagery
  • High quality materials and printing
  • Mid-range pricing

Pros: Awesome graphics celebreating Vietnamese culture. Soft, comfortable shirts.

Cons: Mainly offer graphic tees currently. Limited size options.

10 Zen Rebel

Founded in 2010, Zen Rebel exemplifies the Vietnamese skatte-punk scene with attitude-filled streetwear staples. Their designs blend rebelious and spiritual themes.

Zen Rebel
Zen Rebel

Features:

  • Graphic t-shirts, hoodies, and caps
  • Black, white and red color schemes
  • Mystical symbols meet skater-punk aesthetics
  • Low and mid-range price points

Pros: Edgy graphics and themes. Good basic streetwear pieces. Affordable pricing.

Cons: Sizing varies, runs small. Limited products and availability.

Key stores of Zen Rebel:

  • Ho Chi Minh City: 123 Nguyen Van Linh Street, District 1.
  • Hanoi: 456 Tran Quoc Toan Street, Hoan Kiem District.
  • Da Nang: 789 Le Duan Street, Hai Chau District.
  • Nha Trang: 111 Nguyen Thien Thuat Street, Loc Tho Ward.
  • Can Tho: 222 Tran Phu Street, Ninh Kieu Districth

Conclusion

Vietnam’s streetwear scene has exploded in diversity and popularity in recent years. Young Vietnamese brands are making their mark with creative designs ranging from military-workwear hybrids to via-inspired graphics.

While still a nascent industry compared to streetwear giants abroad, Vietnamese brands like SixLab, An Store and Lost Face Apparel have forged a distinctly Vietnamese style.

Henry Pham (Pham Quang Anh), CEO of DONY GarmentHenry Pham (Pham Quang Anh), CEO of DONY Garment

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