International Women’s Day is coming up (March 8th—mark your calendars) and for the occasion, Frank And Oak has partnered with cartoonist and graphic novelist Liana Finck, whose work appears in the New Yorker‘s illustrated advice column Dear Pepper, to create three limited edition t-shirt designs. The collection, Nice, features the artist’s signature sketches and sharp observations on the social realities that women have to navigate, from cat-calls to cliché archetypes. We’ll take one of each, please.
FRANK AND OAK COLLABORATES WITH CARTOONIST LIANA FINCK
Introducing NICE, a collaboration with cartoonist and graphic-novelist @Lianafinck in honour of #InternationalWomensDay. Liana’s known for exploring complex social and emotional realities through her signature rough scribbles. Her unique voice sheds light on the modern woman’s daily experience in a way that is at once intimately familiar and insightful. Hit our story to read Liana’s full interview. •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Voici NICE, une collaboration avec la caricaturiste et romancière graphique @Lianafinck en l’honneur de la #journeeinternationaledelafemme. Liana est connue pour explorer des réalités sociales et émotionnelles complexes au travers de sa signature. Sa voix unique éclaire le quotidien des femmes modernes d’une manière à la fois intimement familière et perspicace. Jetez un coup d’oeil à notre histoire pour lire l’entrevue complète de Liana. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #madeforgoodliving #ecofriendly #womenswear #menswear #frankandoak
COACH AND SPIKE LEE TEAM UP FOR SHORT FILM STARRING MICHAEL B. JORDAN
BURBERRY TAKES NEW STEPS TO ADDRESS DIVERSITY
These steps include: 1. Increasing our understanding We will strengthen our understanding of and sensitivity to a range of perspectives to help us live the values we hold and be truly inclusive. We will: . • Introduce additional training for all employees, including senior management • Establish employee councils focused on diversity and inclusion • Assemble an advisory board of external experts 2. Diversifying the pipeline of talent We will evolve our pipeline of talent to ensure we better reflect the world we live in and build a more diverse talent base for the future. We will: . • Strengthen goals to ensure diverse representation in our employee base • Expand our creative arts scholarship internationally to support students from diverse backgrounds and provide full-time employment for 50 graduates from the programme over the next five years • Extend internationally Burberry Inspire, our in-school arts and culture programme designed to help young people overcome challenging circumstances and see future opportunity in the creative industries 3. Championing those who help others We will add to our support of organisations promoting diversity and inclusion and providing assistance to people in crisis, including the Samaritans, who offer a safe, confidential place to which people can turn