Frank & Eileen, the quirky Los Angeles-based shirt company, is clearly in growth mode.
The five-year-old company, on track to generate $12 million in wholesale volume this year, launched an e-commerce Web site this month and just opened a 500-square-foot store in Tokyo with partners called Frank & Eileen Shirt Pub that, in addition to selling shirts, offers free beer on tap. The company plans to move into a new 6,500-square-foot Los Angeles headquarters this month at 843 South Los Angeles Street, which will be designed as an old Irish farm house. The office will be home to the company’s three employees.
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