Khmer Attitude, Raffles Arcade
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Covet local creations at Siem Reap's original concept store
Co-owned by French-Cambodians Nathalie Saphon-Ridel and Romyda Keth, the elegant Khmer Attitude was the first concept store in Siem Reap when it was opened way back in 2000 in Raffles Arcade. The women's aim with Khmer Attitude (and Saphon-Ridel's Galerie Cambodge in the same arcade) was to showcase quality Cambodian-made fashion, jewelry, accessories, silverware, silk, gifts, and objects that weren't available anywhere else. The women work closely with Khmer designers, master craftsmen and artists to source and produce beautiful things that are luxurious in their materials used and excellent in their workmanship. Other than Romyda Keth's Ambre, Eric Raisina, Garden of Desire, Jasmine, Theam's House, and a handful of other boutiques, you won't find exquisite things of this quality elsewhere in Siem Reap.
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