Fashion: Frank & Oak Collaborate with Little Burgundy

Online retailer, Frank & Oak has partnered up with Canadian shoe shop, Little Burgundy



Online retailer, Frank & Oak (https://www.frankandoak.com/shop), has partnered up with Canadian shoe shop, Little Burgundy (http://www.littleburgundyshoes.com/), to create a 14-piece fall collection for men. Rugged backpacks ($95), classic wool toques ($24) and sturdy suede brogues ($140), each design harkens back to a time when clothes were made to last and craftsmanship was revered. This Renaissance man-inspired capsule collection, titled “The Traveler”, is available at Little Burgundy stores and online at frankandoak.com and littleburgundyshoes.com.

 

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