Designed in Canada.
Made for Good living.

The decisions made in the fashion industry have a huge impact on people and the planet. Faced with the irrevocable effects of climate change and poor conditions for garment factory workers around the world, we fully recognize the urgency to do our part. This is why we are committed to minimizing our impact on the environment by increasing the usage of recycled materials and reducing waste to landfill. We are also firm believers in equality and promoting socially responsible economic development.

Since our founding, we’ve significantly increased the percentage of low impact products through the careful sourcing of sustainable materials and production methods. And we’re only getting started.


Taking environmentally conscious clothing to the next level


We began by making 5% of our styles with minimal impact materials or processes.


We introduced more organic and eco methods and upped that number to approximately 30%.


With an emphasis on recycled materials to reduce waste, approximately 50% of our products will be made with minimal impact processes.

Recycled and organic materials

Polylife recycled polyester


Recycled wool


Recycled hemp


Organic Good Cotton

Eco-conscious methods

Cruelty-free insulation


Hydro-less denim


Eco dyes


Tencel® lyocell


Machine-Washable Merino

iconFrank And Oak is a
Certified B Corporation®

This means we meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability in the industry.

Harnessing the power of business to address social and environmental challenges is the driving force behind everything we do. By joining the global community of like-minded companies, we are redefining the standards of ethical business practices and social responsibility—paving the way for a better future. The B Corp certification validates our efforts and reinforces our commitment to sustainability for the benefit of all.


Packaging is, unfortunately, a necessary part of any business like ours. They’re made to protect products as they get tossed around in transit or carried around town in busy customers’ hands. Until better solutions come along, we remain diligent in sourcing materials as conscientiously as we can.


Our stores are built conscientiously in partnership with Canadian artisans, using recycled materials and creating minimal waste. When it comes to updating and renovating existing stores, we choose to make as few modifications as possible to the existing space, always reusing everything we can.

Understanding that each community is unique, every one of our stores is conceived with each neighbourhood in mind.


Dedicated to inclusion

We’re a group of over 300 people from over 20 different countries. We speak at least 8 different languages and while we may not agree on everything (we’re Canadian; we’ll never agree on hockey), we stand together on what’s important.

We are firm believers in equality and investing in the community. With that in mind, we have created charitable platforms that leverage our resources and reach to affect positive change.
Let’s give a shi(r)t
We’ve partnered with grassroots nonprofits across the country who work to divert tonnes of textiles from landfills, ensuring they are redistributed to help those in need.
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Each garment was made in collaboration with Montreal’s Petites-Mains, an organization that helps women in need break out of social isolation, learn a trade, and integrate into the workforce in order to live with dignity.
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Our story

Frank And Oak was founded in 2012 by Ethan Song and Hicham Ratnani on principles of quality essentials and personalized experience. After all these years, we remain committed to the little things that we have built our reputation on.



— To wonder, to marvel, to contemplate

Rooted in Latin, Miro means to wonder, to marvel and to contemplate. Our emblem is a deconstructed monogram made up of three distinct shapes representing the relationship between nature and humans. Since the world is a mirror reflection of our actions, it’s only through careful and mindful observation of our environment that we learn to appreciate it and protect it.

The minimal and geometric aesthetic pays hommage past Canadiana logos and is reminiscent of the country’s open space and abounding landscapes. As Canadians, we are grateful to remain one of the last places on Earth with untouched forests and untrampled lands.