Articles Tagged ‘Frank & Oak’

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Frank and Oak celebrates our differences

The clothing brand launches a new unisex collection and CSR campaign to support immigrant women and equality.

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Making a ripple

Editor Jennifer Horn on how the inaugural Design AOY category will help raise the bar and boost Canada’s design reputation.

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Frank + Oak escapes from fashion traditions

The company is adopting a new strategy, breaking away from seasonal approaches to new product launches.

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Frank + Oak adds AI to improve customer recommendations

New machine learning software from Propulse is an integral part of a new customer subscription service.

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Frank + Oak steps up

The retailer zeroes in on its message of ambition and risk-taking in a new mass campaign.

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Frank + Oak launches grant for entrepreneurs

The fund will give cash and educational opportunities to startup founders, split equally between men and women.

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Check it out: Frank + Oak’s blast from the past

New online spots showcase the brand’s (debatable) role in history.

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Frank + Oak evolves its experience

The retailer unveils a new look, app and two-hour delivery as it doubles down on its brand purpose.

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Frank & Oak focuses on function

The men’s retailer launches a new performance wear line with a brand film showing it in action.

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Frank & Oak’s shopping mall plans

The brand is set to open two new locations, aiming to bring its downtown feel to traditional shopping centres.

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Let’s get physical

Why news of store closures isn’t deterring online retailers from setting up brick-and-mortar shops.

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The new brand royalty

From our latest issue, editor Emily Wexler lauds the little guys who have made big waves this year.

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Maverick Maker of the Year: Etsy goes offline

How real-world experiences have become a cornerstone of the online marketplace’s strategy.

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RentMoola’s rewarding partnerships

The rent payment service is partnering with big brands like Rogers and Uber, and getting in on the group buying game.

Frank & Oak gets personal

The men’s clothier is taking the hunt out of shopping, creating curated collections of clothing based on customer’s request.