Frankie Collective's New Reworked Supreme Pieces Are Dropping Today
Check out the summer essentials in the Sara Gourlay-shot lookbook.
Frankie Collective is back at it again with a fresh new drop of reworked Supreme designs. Getting into the spirit of the festival season, the Vancouver-based brand has cut up garments from the New York skate brand to create a bunch of unique silhouettes for the ladies.
In the 35mm lookbook shot by Frankie Collective creative director Sara Gourlay, we see a lineup of summery pieces including the previously-teased red logo bralette, as well as the new activewear sets coming in neon pink and fluorescent yellow. From chain-strapped dresses to biker shorts, each look is styled into perfection with summer essentials — think extra-large hoop earrings, headscarf and a luxurious Louis Vuitton monogram towel. The outfits are mixed and matched with old and new classics, like the pink Dior Saddle Bag by John Galliano and the sneaker of the moment, Nike‘s new dad shoe M2k Tekno. Get your much-needed dose of style inspo by browsing the lookbook above.
Frankie Collective’s latest reworked Supreme haul is launching online at the vintage retailer’s web store today, May 30 at 12 p.m. PST/3 p.m. EST. Previous drops literally sold out in minutes, so you’d want to act fast. Let us know in the comments section below what you’ll be picking up from the release.
In other Supreme news, you now have a chance to get your hands on the coveted Supreme x RIMOWA luggage by making donations to Red Nose Day. For those who’re interested, you may find details about the charity over here.