STREETWEAR. FAMILY. LIFESTYLE.

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WLKN is a unique streetwear experience

Our stores are a hub for fashion, music, sports and culture. We are distinguished by the excellence of our customer service and the diversity of the more than 100 brands we promote. We give 100% in everything we do and are proud of the strength of our family approach. Our commitment is to ensure that our team members become exceptional individuals.

We want to bring all our production partners together under one roof

PIERRE-OLIVIER MERCIER
Co-Founder

Interested companies, hurry up and contact Pierre-Olivier Mercier, co-founder and president of the WLKN Group, which owns eight clothing stores of the same name in Quebec and Ontario. Spaces are limited.

WLKN Big Moments

Pierre Mercier, CEO of the WLKN Group, created the WLKN retail concept in 2010. The idea was simple: to make Streetwear culture more accessible by offering a variety of brands and clothing styles with-in a family-friendly communal environment.

 
2010

The WLKN was born to become the leader in streetwear in North America.

2012

WLKN has an Instagram account worthy of Hollywood's biggest stars: luxury cars, fine dining and magical travels. So join us now!

2017

In addition to Gatineau, WLKN has a base in Quebec City, Brossard, Laval, Ottawa and Toronto. The clothing retailer is present in three major shopping centres in the Greater Toronto Area.

2020

Our expansion plan envisages the opening of 25 stores in Canada over the next five years.

 

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By using technology to inspire and innovate, we aim to make shopping seamless, whether online or in-store.

A piece of clothing, the consumer can buy it anywhere. You have to make sure that the day he shows up in your store, he will be impressed enough that he wants to come back. That's why at WLKN we pay special attention to staff training.

Our employees are part of what we call the customer experience. We make sure we take care of them by offering them good conditions," says Pierre-Olivier Mercier.