Klaxon Howl

Delphic closes its doors for relocation of Klaxon Howl

West Queen West retail staple Delphic closed its doors this past Sunday after serving the area for 10 years. Owned by Matt Robinson and partner Lena Kim, Delphic was known as a hub for signature pieces from once hard-to-find lines like Acne and J. Lindeberg. Doesn't the saying go, "When one door closes, another shop pops up right in its place"? Let's say it does. Delphic will now become a new — and hopefully more visible and frequented — outpost for Robinson's own line Klaxon Howl, known as rugged menswear for the modern urbanite.

The old Klaxon coach house off the retail path will now house Misfit, a yoga and pilates fusion studio that will make the move from Parkdale into the new space in a few weeks. Robinson and Kim have already begun renovations on the old Delphic shop, and word is that they hope to unveil the new men's shop by October 1st. Klaxon Howl will also show their latest collection during the opening night of LGFW on October 17th.

Stay tuned.


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