Frank spotted at Procell in NYC
From an interview with i-D last fall:
"I'm super inspired by mom-and-pop record stores, and my objective was to emulate that vibe with my shop," Brian Procell says of his eponymous outpost, located on Delancey Street. It houses an impossibly well-curated selection of vintage clothing, objects, and artwork: Portishead coffee mugs, D&G dirt-bike pants, Gucci ashtrays, and t-shirts from across the subcultural spectrum. In the five years his doors have been open, Procell has established himself as one of the world's best vintage dealers. His singular taste, immense wealth of knowledge, and museum-like approach to quality have made fans and clients of today's most iconoclastic artists.
These particular pieces aren't otherwise found on the shop rails. They were culled from Procell's private archive — a treasure trove for VIP clients. It's where Frank Ocean nabbed his ultra-rare Aphex Twin tee, and where Drake has scored too many heaters to count. The archive is also an inspiration library for today's top designers. Think Supreme, Marc Jacobs, and, of course, Alexander Wang.
In the photo, Frank is wearing a Theophilus London "House Parties, LLC" tee, which was likely included in this gift bag from the designer in 2016.