The Feral brings new definition to all black everything with moody, avant garde pieces by the same designer behind Sons of Odin: the popular menswear brand co-signed by rappers like 2 Chainz and Waka Flocka.
Though Sons of Odin no longer exists, The Feral continues to fill the vacuum of experimental men's fashion with exclusive items like the popular black freight pants ($275) and oversized sweaters.
Taking over the space where the jewlery store Devil's Workshop once was, the hangers extend all the way to a back room where you'll find more signature pieces.
The online-turned-store operation now carries women's stuff too; the entire right side of the store now sells the female equivalents to what's offered on the men's hangers to the left along with more feminine pieces like the stealth dress ($175).
Designer Zakariah Milana's industrial aesthetic fills the store with concrete, gas masks from the States and a black, strappy motif that runs through Feral's clothes.
Most of the clothing is made of cotton, with 65 per cent of fabrics being sourced from Canada and only 15 to 20 piece of each style made.
The now defunct Sons of Odin's parachute theme makes an appearance in The Feral's collection with signature back details.
Scattered around the store are armadillo-looking shells that, at first glance, look like a decked out bike helmet.
But for the fashion-forward you'll know that these helmets are actually the award-winning backpacks by Pangolin, who took the original Colombian-based concept and transformed it into the Renegade Sport bag.
Made from repurposed tires and plastic, these bags come in different sizes ranging from $185 to $375, black or white.
There's also one-of-a-kind accessories from local designer Blackbones Jewelry by Julie Jenkinson made from used rubber and mixed materials that range from $200 to $600 to complete the look.