Pick up a men’s fashion mag and you’re bound to come acrossDiloklarp “Him” Janthachotbutr, easily put-together from head-to- cowboy-booted-toes, his brows furrowed and grin mischievous.He was one-half of Bangkok-based brand Him & Her Studio and has dabbled in several styling stints for local clothing labels and publications. Now, Diloklarp has gone from street style icon/bona de party animal to the rather more serious role of budding entrepreneur. Indeed, he’s (sort of) put aside his dancing brogues to develop his own food brand, Dilo’s. Described as “Momofuku meets Supreme”, Dilo’s combines Diloklarp’s love of (mostly) healthy foodstu with the endearing, albeit borderline cringe-worthy, cheek and humor that Diloklarp and his boys have become so infamous for. Following the impending launch of Dilo’s inaugural product (homemade granola), he hopes to expand his line to include peanut butter, almondmilk, breads, cakes, and even a pop-up noodle bar, as well as toys and merchandise that ri o pop culture and fashion references while simultaneously celebrating, of course, his fellow “Dream Men”.