Hideout Distro is a magical shop located on Edmonton’s bustling and eclectic 124th street in Edmonton. It was formerly located in Vacancy Hall (you can see that old location in my past post here.) Tory Culen, the owner wanted to create a space that promoted other independent designers and thus the shop came to exist.
The store is stacked full of both local and international talent from prints, patches, pins, jewelry, fragrances, pottery, leather goods, t shirts, and records. There’s also an epic vintage section. With its clubhouse like feel, it’s easy to wander down 124th street from Duchess Bakery for a coffee and go curl up in Tory’s vintage sectional couch for the duration of the afternoon. It’s cozy and welcoming. While that dreamy scenario isn’t an option right now due to self-isolation, Hideout is still open virtually on their website as well as offering local deliveries!