Frankie Collective Debut’s the “F1” Collection
Drew and Jesse Heifetz could be noted as some of the OG’s in today’s vintage scene. Their brand, F as in Frank, has over 15 years of digging and collecting some of the rarest garments dating back decades. The two have worked with and supplied pieces to brands from Supreme to Marc Jacobs, Jeremy Scott, and even helped out with Kendrick Lamar’s wardrobe.
Rewind to 2014. The two brothers, joined with creative director Sara Gourlay started the sustainable sister brand Frankie Collective. Emphasizing the already immerse archive of their vintage clothing, their mission is sustainability. Taking inspirations from the 90’s, Frankie Collective is repurposing their vintage collection into a contemporary style.
This past weekend, Frankie introduced “F1”, their first personal collection of cut and sew shirts, jackets, and tracksuits. In celebration of this inaugural launch, Frankie teamed up with Round Two and Basic Space for a popup experience and a party to kick off this moment.