This is the name of two very special thrift stores in Montréal. What makes them different?  Well, buying there participates to a great cause: Frip's employees are mentally challenged adults trying to fit in society.

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This remarkable project was ignited by "Les Compagnons de Montréal". A community center that helps mentally challenged adults to reach social autonomy and independence. They collect, wash, iron, sort, and sell second-hand clothes or accessories offered by Montrealers. Mixing people.

Frip was to be designed like an easy-going boutique. The logo represent an elbow patch. Mixing fabrics and social mixing are both carved on Frip's manifesto.

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