Frankie Collective is dedicated to innovating women’s streetwear while setting a standard for sustainability in the fashion industry. We take inspiration from 90’s staples and rework vintage garments to push the boundaries of contemporary style. Knowing our customers have a passion for streetwear, we encourage women to feel confident with their style by encouraging them to break the boundaries of traditional fashion.
We understand the impacts the garment industry has on the environment and make every effort to reduce waste at each step of our production process. Our designs centre salvaging vintage garments that would otherwise end up in a landfill, and all of our textile scraps are recycled and repurposed to eliminate textile waste. While many brands throw scraps into the garbage, we pay to have ours removed and recycled by Fabcycle.
Every time a second hand garment is purchased, it lessens the demand for a new high polluting garment to enter the marketplace. The way we spend our money means something, and when we’re thoughtful with our purchases we can set new standards that influence change in the industry and benefit our planet.
Production of all our reworked garments is kept local in Vancouver, Canada. We employ a skilled team of designers, pattern makers, and seamstresses that are paid a living wage to design, create and rework daily.
We’re focused on customer engagement on all our platforms. We keep things fast-paced and friendly and give personalized service to all our shoppers. Transparency is important to us, and we want our customers to be in the know about our business practices, from our vintage picking, to the ins and outs of our manufacturing process and sustainability initiatives.