a story of love

Born in Ireland

Frank and Eileen McLoghlin
Married in 1947, County Wicklow Ireland

My Dearest,

We are so happy to have you in our Frank & Eileen family and hope that you fall madly in love with all things F&E.

Nearly 10 years ago, Audrey founded and rooted our brand in her Irish heritage — borrowing her grandparents’ names — and sourced the finest fabrics from a family-owned mill in Italy. After building a reputation for delivering the highest quality shirts on the market, Tee Lab was born from our Irish story of love and developed to bring you luxury knits made in sunny California.

At Frank & Eileen, we strive to create timeless daily classics that, like true enduring love, withstand the test of time.

We are so happy to have found a friend in you.

Goodbye Dear for the present,

Love from
Frank & Eileen

Audrey & Hunter in a Design Session
Circa 2016, Los Angeles
Our Country House Showroom
Downtown Los Angeles
Do some of these names sound familiar? That’s
because we name all of our silhouettes after family.
The best things in life are free.
The second best are Italian.


From inception, Frank & Eileen has worked exclusively with a centuries-old, family-owned, fabric mill in Northern Italy. Every season we work tirelessly with our partner to produce innovative new fabrics, patterns, and color palettes, all with the classic timelessness and the effortless sensibility that can only come from Italy.

Designs draw on a historical archive dating back
to the nineteenth century.
Every warp & weft is woven
with the finest Italian
cottons & linens exclusively
for Frank & Eileen.
Made with love

in Sunny California


Launched in January 2016, our Tee Lab division introduced premium knits as a counterpart to our luxurious women’s wovens. Each piece is meticulously crafted and designed for the ultimate fit. With thoughtful accents like rose-gold hardware, each piece is treated with Frank & Eileen’s exclusive washes & hand distressing and features raw hems reminiscent of the California landscape.


Frank & Eileen’s denim is unparalleled. Marrying the highest quality Italian Indigo Cotton Denim with California’s cool ruggedness, our denim wovens reflect our sensibility for coastal living, understated luxury, and off-duty aesthetic with both refinement and elegance.



Each woven shirt silhouette is carefully tailored to create a classic California fit intended to adorn its owner with confidence and exude an effortless sophistication. Made to simplify the day-to-day with low-maintenance wash & wear fabrics, this is your new uniform - a beautiful understated classic shirt.

Have you met Audrey?


Meet the woman behind the brand!
Audrey McLoghlin, our fearless
leader & CEO, founded Frank & Eileen
nearly 10 years ago.

One thing you can’t live without:
Ice-cold air-conditioning
Favorite Place in the World:
Favorite Place in the United States:
Carmel, California (almost like Ireland!)
Cause you’re most passionate about:
Empowering Women
Best gift you’ve ever given:
Buying my mom a house in North Carolina when my company became profitable
Beauty product you swear by:
Caudalie night detox oil
Wine or cocktail (or both, no judgement!):
Pellegrino, ice cold.
Best advice you’ve received:
It takes five - no, ten - years of blood, sweat and tears to become an overnight success.
Favorite thing to binge watch after your daughter is in bed:
Law & Order
Favorite Quote:
Don’t ever let anyone treat you like a yellow Starburst. You are a pink Starburst.
Photoshoot shenanigans with Grayson 03.23.18



When she arrived in Los Angeles, Audrey McLoghlin knew little about fashion. She certainly didn’t know she would design a line of shirting that merged luxurious Italian fabrics with a casual California aesthetic and an Irish love story.

A graduate of Georgia Tech’s engineering program, she had worked at a tech start-up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, during the Dot Com boom. “I was one of the only female software engineers,” she recalls. “It was a wild time.” Then the bubble burst, the tech industry crashed, and she decided to move to California to learn about manufacturing.

“I knew I wanted to build something,” she remembers. “At that point, I just had no idea what that meant.” Within weeks, she was working with an accessories designer, learning the design business. Within a year, she had opened a high-end boutique in Manhattan Beach named Una, after her mother. Within four years, she founded Aude, a multi-brand wholesale company that would keep her Una stores fully stocked. Frank & Eileen came to her by accident. She had gone to visit a manufacturer to discuss a tissue-weight cashmere concept. “He put me into a room and said, ‘Wait here for a minute,’” she remembers. “He left me in there too long and I started snooping, which is my favorite thing to do when I’m left alone.” She found an old book of Italian menswear fabrics, made by a family-owned mill in Bergamo, Italy. By the time the manufacturer returned, she had lost all interest in cashmere. By the end of 2008, she was making men’s and women’s shirts with the 140-year-old Italian mill.