About The Goodhood Store
The Goodhood Store opened its doors on a backstreet in Hoxton, Shoreditch in September 2007. Started as a self initiated, self funded project to curate some of the finest clothing collections and objects from around the world, it’s initial purpose was to support like minded brands from around the world who shared our ideas of independence, exclusivity and quality. Shortly there after came the webstore which has grown to becoming an industry leading website and along with the store carries some of the worlds most prestigious lines. An ongoing collaboration with R. Newbold started in 2008 and reaching into it’s 4th year has been an integral part of defining the Goodhood Store aesthetic; each season a capsule collection is produced offering The Goodhoods Stores own take on the effortlessly style now synonymous with the store. In December 2010 the store expanded onto 2 floors so that dedicated space could be offered to both men and women. Early 2011 saw the opening of a new studio space called The Goodhood Workshop housing our own offices as well as an exhibition space in conjunction with Galeries Goldsein (G.A.G), which plays host to new and thought provoking exhibitions as well as one off launches like the U.K launch of the Carhartt Heritage line. The Goodhood Store remains unique in it’s brand identity, it’s culture, it’s level of service and as a space men and women can both find the best of a worldwide curated selection of goods.
“Their curational style of buying continues to give them the edge.” Jason Jules, Garmsville.
“True independent spirit in today’s retail landscape is something worth celebrating, and East London’s Goodhood brings it in a way that’s deeply focused.” Gary Warnett, Gwarizm.
“This backstreet boutique has quietly gone about its business and evolved in to one of the finest independent stores in the capital.” Steve Salter, Style Salvage.
“An unfaillingly cool edit of clothes.” Dan Jones, Time Out.
TIME OUT TOP 10 STORE
Every year reputed international shopping guide Time Out collates a countdown of the top 100 stores in London. Ranging from massive department stores to small independents we were honoured in 2011 to be awarded the 7th best store in London.