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Frankie Collective Converts Castoff Patagonia Garments into Sexy Streetwear

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Frankie Collective, a Canada-based streetwear brand that traffics in vintage and repurposed togs, is rolling out a new capsule collection reworked from castoff Patagonia garments. You won’t find any corporate-bro fleeces here–at least, not in their natural state. Frankie Collective has hacked, slashed and restitched some of the outdoor-wear retailer’s most iconic pieces into navel-exposing…

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