Named one of Time Out London’s best shops, the Goodhood Store first opened its doors for business in Hoxton, Shoreditch in September 2007. Initially a small, independently-funded boutique designed to curate new and lesser known streetwear labels from around the world, Goodhood Store has grown to become one of the most highly-celebrated outlets in recent years, with its webstore being described as “industry leading.”
In December 2010, the Goodhood Store expanded to two floors. Now, just shy of two years on, the innovative fashion retailers have announced the opening of a pop-up store to commemorate the five excellent years which have passed since their debut.
The pop-up store, also situated in the flagship’s home of Shoreditch, will house a wide range of the brand’s collaborative ranges, including Norse Projects, Great River and Dog State Jewellery. Also on sale for the first time in store and online are a range of Goodhood exclusive products designed to reflect the company’s ideals and trademark aesthetic.
Says Kyle Stewart, co-owner of Goodhood, “The Goodhood Store was born out of a design background so we wanted to celebrate by creating must have products with many of our suppliers.”
The lovingly decorated space is decked out in a largely monochromatic palette, with the various collections carefully categorized and displayed, providing the ease of browsing and service to which Goodhood Store customers have long become accustomed.
The temporary, standalone space is now open, located at 20 Coronet Store, N1 6HD and will stay open until October 24th 2012.