Heads up, streetwear-loving girls: Frankie Collective is now selling its sought-after reworked Supreme designs outside of its web store, and at even more affordable prices. Taking to its Instagram Stories earlier today, the Vancouver-based vintage retailer reveals that it’s making some of its reimagined Supreme pieces available to shop on the social shopping app, Depop.
If you head to @frankiecollective, you’ll be able to find a selection of the cult brand’s reworked Supreme items including logo crop tanks, bandeaus, graphic-printed shorts, halter tops and tube dresses — all at under $140 USD. Additionally, authentic items like the five panel caps, tracksuits and the Hellraiser shirts from the New York skate brand can also be purchased on Frankie’s Depop page, with pricing starting from $80 USD. For those who didn’t manage to shop your wish list items from the label’s latest drop, you might be able to snatch something you like here. Act fast, though, because these are surely going to be sold out quickly.
Head over now to Frankie Collective’s Depop account to pick up your favorite pieces. To learn more about the brand, be sure to check out our exclusive interview with its creative director, Sara Gourlay.
For those who’re feeling extra spendy this weekend, head here to see our top five picks from e-tailer Farfetch‘s crazy designer bag sale. From Prada and Balenciaga, to Off-White™ and JW Anderson, the site is now offering huge discounts on some of the hottest handbags from the past few seasons — don’t miss out.