Rihanna is looking festive in a FRANK151 x CLOT shirt

Thursday, December 19, 2013 – Rihanna while wearing the recently released FRANK151 X CLOT “Fuck With Me” shirt that was produced as part of the limited edition merchandise associated with the CLOT-curated chapter of quarterly publication FRANK151The singer posted a photo of herself in the FRANK151 X CLOT collaboration tee that reads “Fuck With Me” tee across the front this evening, Thursday, December 19th 2013 to her Instagram account while looking very festive for the upcoming holidays.

The short-sleeved crewneck tee features “Fuck With Me” across the front, and “You Know I Got It”printed across the back, and if the words alone don’t immediately conjure the Jay Z track off Magna Carta Holy Grailthe typeface mirroring the print from the album cover art should. FRANK151 and CLOT branding are printed on the left sleeve which rounds outs the details.

The “Fuck With Me” tee is available at JUICE and at FRANK151 online .

 

FRANK151 x CLOT
Fuck With Me Collab Tee
Retailing – $38.00
produced in limited edition quantity of 151
Purchase at: FRANK151 or JUICE TST

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Rihanna wearing FRANK151 x CLOT FWM Tee - Photo via Rihanna's Instagram
Click here to see the digital tear sheets of FRANK151 CHAPTER 52
ABOUT FRANK151 Chapter 52: CHINA (curated by CLOT)
FRANK151’s 52nd Chapter was CLOT-Curated and give an inside look at “China” –  exposing China’s underground subcultures.For those who don’t know, CLOT is a multi-faceted brand, agency, and store started by Edison Chen and Kevin Poon. In this chapter, they show us a side of China we rarely get to see, including the founders’ first English sit-down interview together ever.

Chapter 52 contributors include RZA, KAWS, Nigo, Bobby Hundreds, Matthew Williams, Cassette Playa, Michael Dupouy, SSUR, Vashtie Kola, and more more is available for today on FRANK151.com or find them at select stores in China (including JUICE) and at select Barnes & Noble stores in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Washington DC, and Pennsylvania.
Click here to see the digital tear sheets of FRANK151 CHAPTER 52
ABOUT THE FRANK BOOK
Published since 1999, The FRANK Book is a collectible quarterly, featuring special guest curators and unique editorial themes. Each “chapter” of FRANK presents exclusive and unvarnished content with a mindset that speaks to a global audience of culturally acute creators, agitators and connoisseurs. The FRANK Book recently celebrated an impressive milestone with the publication of the 51st chapter, appropriately themed “LEADERS,” this past April 2013. With Chapter 51 the coveted quarterly began distribution with Barnes & Noble. Over the past decade the quarterly publication has been distributed at no cost, simply given away for free by friends of the FRANK family at key retailers including Supreme, Opening Ceremony, Colette, and more… 

Past Chapters of the FRANK Books have been curated by notable names such as Andre Saravia, Alife, AWR MSK, Bubba Sparxxx, Boo-yea T.R.I.B.E, Camella Ehike, Cognito, Chris Pastras, C.R. Stecyk III, DMS Crew, DoubleYoo, Doom, David Flores, De La Soul, Dexta Pamphile, Doze Green, Dungeon Family, Dust La Rock, Edgar Sanchez Cunbas, Fool’s Gold Records, Francesco Clemente, Futura, Gabriel Urist, Hacula, Herbie Fletcher, Jason Lee, Jose Paria, Lenny Kravitz, Leon Chew, Lysa Cooper, MYG, Maharishi, Maximillion Cooper. Mr Cartoon, Nemo, No Mas, Revol, Ricky Powell, Robo, Rohan Marley, SituationNormal, Sky Farrell, SA Studios, Server, Shepard Fairey, Soul Assassins, SSUR, Steve Olson, Wu-Tang Clan, Zoltar The Magnificent, and more…
FRANK151: A Two Minute History of FRANK
FRANK151: A Two Minute History of FRANK
Internationally renowned independent media brand FRANK151 established itself within the world of print against 1999-Atlanta as a curator of “a distinctive mix of exclusive and unvarnished content.” Its iconic FRANK Book is a pocket-sized quarterly publication in which each is led by a special guest editor that focuses on a uniquely artistic theme. Approaching its 15th year in business, the now New York-based publisher with satellite offices in Los Angeles and Tokyo, reached out to a group of its longtime readers and contributors to discuss why FRANK51 continues to stand the test of time. With words from The ATL Twins, DJ Drama, Chad Muska and Raekwon, DJ Rashida explained FRANK51 simply has its “finger on the pulse of dope shit.”
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