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Frankie Collective Is Opening Its First Retail Location

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Streetwear brand Frankie Collective is known for everything from reworking vintage Nike pieces into bikini tops to custom Supreme collections. What you might not know is that the brand started out as the sister store of Vancouver-based vintage retail shop F as in Frank. Now, Frankie Collective has announced that it will be launching its first brick-and-mortar shop of its own.

In an Instagram post, the brand revealed that the retail location will be opening on August 23 in Vancouver. The post details a new Instagram @frankiecollectivevan account launching just for the store as well as a hiring call for retail positions. The store is set to open inside Canadian department store Hudson’s Bay’s downtown Granville Street location on the same level as Topshop. In the photo a storefront is shown featuring Frankie Collective branding and campaign imagery, as well as a few mannequins, wearing reworked adidas pieces.

Stay tuned for more information about the store opening and take a look below at the brand’s Instagram post. In case you missed it, check out our interview with Frankie Collective’s founder Sara Gourlay.

Frankie Collective
674 Granville St
Vancouver, BC

 

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SEE YOU SOON VANCOUVER! ? August 23 we open our first retail location!

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