After years of perusing their online shop and praying to the vintage gods, F as in Frank—the popular Vancouver vintage clothing shop—is coming to Toronto. We’re in need of a serious seasonal wardrobe overhaul so naturally, we’re pretty darn excited at the timing of their opening.
Run by Ontario natives Jesse and Drew Heifetz, F as in Frank quickly developed a cult following in Vancouver, and for good reason: their store offers one of the largest and most curated selections of vintage clothing in the city. Considering their father is one of the originators of the used clothing business (he even sold clothing at Woodstock!), the guys obviously know what they’re doing and we don’t doubt that their Toronto location will do extremely well.
To celebrate the launch of their new store at 418 Queen St. W. (just west of Spadina), F as in Frank will be throwing an all-nighter this Saturday, October 1st to coincide with Nuit Blanche. Doors open at 8 pm and the party will go until 6 am, with DJs Kicks and Dark Night providing the tunes.
In the meantime, be sure to check out their website www.fasinfrankvintage.com.