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Goodhood Autumn 2012 Lookbook

13 November 2012, 15.23 | Posted in Retail, lookbook | No comments »

Goodhood Lookbook Autumn 2012 5 Goodhood Autumn 2012 Lookbook

Goodhood remains one of our favorite London based stores offering a nice selection of like minded brands from around the world including YMC, Opening Ceremony, and Sabrina Dehoff amongst many others. The Autumn 2012 lookbook shows some beautiful shots featuring the pieces that are currently available in store. By the way, the retailer recently celebrated it’s fifth-year anniversary and with that event launched its own brand.

Check them out on Goodhood.co.uk and see the lookbook on the next page.

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Good Hood Celebrates 5 Years With A Collaboration Pop-Up Shop

10 September 2012, 17.53 | Posted in Designer Collaboration, Fashion, HighSnobette Exclusive, Stores | 1 comment »

Antipodium 1 Good Hood Celebrates 5 Years With A Collaboration Pop Up Shop

It’s been almost five years since one of London’s best multi-brand shops opened its doors. To celebrate its fifth anniversary, GoodHood teamed up with London Design Festival to commemorate local design and creativity. Partners like Antipodium, Norse Projects, R. Newbold and Bag ‘N’ Noun  collaborated with Good Hood to produce an  exclusive  collection and , for the first time the retailer  will introduce its own line of products.

Kyle Stewart, Co-Owner of The Goodhood Store says:

“The Goodood Store was born out of a design background so we wanted to celebrate by creating must have products with many of our suppliers. To house the project we decided to open a stand alone space on the Shoreditch backstreet we’ve became synonymous with and create products that represent the synergy of our brand.”

All of it will be launched on September 14 in a pop-up space in Shoreditch. As litte foretaste we have exclusive pictures of the Antipodium for GoodHood collection for you to check out after the jump.

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