Back in ’04, Ray Maté gifted both street wear and skate culture with a brand that is a true begotten brat of New York. Brimming with authentic Rotten Apple sarcasm and timeless hip-hop quotables, Mighty Healthy has been supported by musical muse Rihanna to OG NY thrasher Gino Iannucci, fashion entrepreneurBobby Hundreds to Wu-Tang clansman Ghostface Killah. What’s the appeal you might ask? For ten years, Mighty Healthy has never froggied onto the latest trend, but stayed its course, endured, and refused to sacrifice its image and identity in order to “fit in.”
With that being said, FRANK is honored to report that we’ve partnered up with Mighty Healthy to commemorate the brand’s ten-year existence with FRANK Chapter 57: Mighty Healthy. We’ve got you covered on all fronts, from blowing dust off the Mighty archives, to echoing stories from the brand’s beginnings, to a sit-downs with the Wallabee Champ himself, to visuals from creative force Kevin Lyons.
The FRANK x Mighty Healthy chapter will be let loose in early fall, but if you can’t wait that long, MH has totally revamped the look of their site, as well as reloaded it with stories from years past and new garments.
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In collaboration with Primitive Apparel and Shoes, we bring you Chapter 62: Primitive Glamour, a book set to come out Winter, 2015. The book features the Glamour collection, a variety of images capturing England’s Glamour sub-culture, all shot by renowned photographer Willie Toledo. Enticed by...
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Curated by the rapper himself, Chapter 60 features all of our favorites from the original Chapter 48: MFDOOM book plus 20% new additional art work. Expect to rehash MFDOOM’s super villain lifestyle while flipping through pages of lyrics, local artists, masked images, and epics stories. Alongside Chapter...
After months of releasing mostly male-centric editions, we’re taking the testosterone way down to focus on one of life’s most puzzling enigmas—Girls. Chapter 59 will showcase some of our favorite female personalities, all of whom we believe embody the idea of ‘modern feminism’— in other...