The Jim Thompson brandname is active in fashion, home furnishings, art and cuisine. At Jim Thompson’s 40 boutiques personal goods like scarves, neckties, women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, leather and silk accessories, handbags, small leather goods are offered as well as finished home products like cushions, table cloths and interior decoration fabrics. Based on its rich and unique heritage, its extensive presence in Thailand, the originality and authenticity of its brand identity, the creativity of its designers, the quality and mix of its products and services as well as its ambition to develop overseas, today, Jim Thompson is striving to become the first global South East Asian luxury brand. The company is constantly developing, finding innovative and creative ways to further Jim Thompson’s vision.

Jim Thompson plans to open flagship stores in Bangkok and London (in 2017), Paris, New York and Singapore (in 2018), as well as in Hong Kong and Shanghai.

Notable amongst the Jim Thomspon collections are Colourfield that is inspired by the Art Mouvement of the 50s and 60s; New York Stories that presents a fusion of the East with the strong architectural motifs of the vibrant city of New York; Canaria that presents a collection of outdoor fabrics in vibrant yellows, crisp Fabergé blues, hazy pinks as well as calm sage geometrics; Bonsai of the Vanities with its Broderique that is an innovative recreation of an 18th Century Chinese embroidery. The pattern is traditional but the colour combination is contemporary and lively; the peonies positively burst forth in four vivacious colorways. Or from the same collection, the rather exquisite Bargello that is a charismatic upholstery fabric inspired by the stunning work of Bargello quilting. An art that is full of motion, waves, curves move gracefully across the quilt top. There is a contrast between the smooth fluid fabric and the sharp edgy design that brings this textile to life. In nine colourways there is a wealth of choice.