The Link, located at 121 King George Rd. in Brantford, has become the first place young adults (and those who like to feel young) go for everything from the shoes up, including a full line of accessories.
The hip-hop underground was in full swing when Gagan Gill first opened the store up for business in its original location on Fairview Dr., but it wasn’t easy to find the cutting edge designs young people were looking for locally.
Gill filled that gap with a great line of designer hip-hop gear—from baggy pants to oversized shirts and funky flat brim hats.
Like any good businessman, Gill keeps his eye on the horizon and rolls with the changing style trends. Now, the Link has expanded well beyond strictly Hip-Hop gear into more fitted, yet still cutting edge designer duds for the young executive as well.
“The hip-hop thing, with the baggy fitting pants and shirts, is kinda on its way out,” says Gill. “We still carry a lot of that kind of thing but we are also moving into more fitted styles, still designed with teens and young adults in mind. We can outfit our customers right from the latest casual shoes to hats.”
Gill scowers the market for the most popular and current brand names, which he brings in regularly. Names like True Religion, Bench, Moose Knuckles, Diamond, The Hundreds, Crooks & Castles, Michael Kors and more.
As many young Six Nations people have already found, the Link gladly honours status cards and has built a very good Onkwehon:we clientele, as well as his mainstream customers.
Gill invites any new customers and his faithful regulars to come by The Link’s 121 King George Road location and check out the latest cutting edge styles at affordable prices. Let Gill and his knowledgeable and friendly staff show you what’s new and what’s coming around the corner in hip-hop style and fashion.