With a solo guitarist slowly strumming western tunes in the dark lit studio, the perfect mood was set for the Klaxon Howl. Models slowly made their way into spotlights and viewers were presented with an effortlessly stylish collection. Neutral blacks, grays and tans mixed with pops of red, military green, camo prints, burgundy and blues. There were a variety of hats and accessories that made each model reminiscent of old western cowboys. Structured jackets made of wool, cotton and leather stole the show. The Klaxon Howl show was one of my favorites for the day and I think I can say the same for many of the other attendees of World Mastercard Fashion Week. Not only were the outfits completely wearable but the models were pretty easy on the eyes as well. Hats off to Klaxon Howl and I hope to be seeing more urban cowboys on the streets of Toronto soon.