Celebrating local vendors, artists and talent has always been a key focus for our friends at fashion label Frank And Oak, and its latest capsule collection proves just that.
Available now, the Make It Local range puts three talented Canadian artists, Devon Pryce, Kiki Makes and Jesse Katabarwa, directly in the spotlight, allowing them to share their unique POV on what local means to them through their individually designed T-shirts. Pryce’s design was inspired by the mutlicultural communities that exist within each of Toronto’s markets and the beauty of the cultural exchange that the city’s inhabitants participate in, while Montreal-based Kiki Makes was inspired by the ritual of a shared meal and how that brings people together, not just through taste, but through the memory of the experience.
Manufactured in Canada, this trio of graphic tees are unisex (ranging from XS-XXL), made with 100 per cent organic cotton, and retail for $49.50 apiece—and we’re giving our readers a chance to win all three! —Noa Nichol
Win! Frank And Oak’s Make It Local T-Shirt Capsule Collection!
Congrats Miranda R. of Calgary, AB, will receive all three Make It Local tees from Frank And Oak! To enter, follow @frankandoak and @vitadaily.ca on Instagram and follow the entry rules on our corresponding post. Contest opens August 3, 2021, and closes August 10, 2021. Rules and regulations here. Please note: if you are the winner, you will receive a DM (direct message) in Instagram directly from @vitadaily.ca. Please be wary of fake accounts, which often use similar handles with an extra or missing letter, number or symbol. We will never ask for a payment or for your credit card number, and we will never ask you to click through a link. If you are unsure whether you have been contacted, via Instagram, by us or a fake account, email us before responding.