After spending ten years breaking rules to promote social justice as a "young chola," Florencia Garcia, better known as Tragik (she's work on dropping the “Lady”) has become known as an all around artist, making music, photography, editing videos, and designing clothing.
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Posing for the likes of Puma and Married to the Mob, spending her days working retail at Alife, and juggling her evening job at the Jane Hotel, this young hustler is our favorite ‘90s child.
Let her teach you her own "internet etiquette" and get convinced that Toronto is as cool as New York. Almost.
The Southern California native is finally old enough to legally be in a bar, but has been a staple of the electronic club scene for close to a decade.
Boisterous and wild on the outside while business savvy and composed on the inside, club veteran Contessa Stuto has been promoting her body-positive, queer-centric, fashion-forward mindset in the New York party scene for nearly a decade.
JunglePussy wants to change the world’s perspectives on black females, moving away from the industry gimmicks she sees in mainstream hiphop.
Often pigeonholed as another undeserving recipient of internet fame, Molly has recently released two zines, and an online store re-selling thrifted items and her own clothing to fans around the world.
Combining my two favorite places to meet people: the internet and the Bay Area, I met nail artist Lila Robles of Nail Jerks on set for Chippy Nonstop's "Kicked Out The Club" music video, where she glued crazy hand painted press-ons onto Chippys baby hands.
If you’ve been following FRANK online, you’re probably familiar with our Digital Divas column. If you’ve read any of Lina Abascal’s pieces, there’s no way you haven’t seen the eye-popping trading cards accompanying them, created by Justin Kovacs a.k.a. Deep Toot.