Not much really needs to be said about Rei Kawakubo and her influence on the few decades of fashion. Here is a clip from an early runway show, A/W 1983.
Here are our top three picks for the first week of March as it looks like spring may have finally sprung; new work from illustrator and Goodhood favourite Jiro Bevis, ‘We Make You Us’ exhibition celebrates Larry Sultans and Mike Mendels 1970′s billboards and Footsie and his Dad spin roots reggae for an hour on Rinse FM.
Erykah Badu has always been one to speak her mind, and to coincide with our International Womens Day feature here is an interview from Berlin based Made’s ‘Vision of Visionaries’ series.
We couldn’t do a feature on iconic women who have inspired us without Vivienne Westwood, and above is a short clip of her speaking about Seditionaries.
It’s a fact that few come cooler than the Godmother of Punk, Patti Smith. Here is an interview with her by Tom Snyder from the late 70′s.
Neneh Cherry’s now infamous performance of ‘Buffalo Stance’ on Top Of The Pops where she caused controversy for performing whilst pregnant with her second child Tyson.
Longstanding Goodhood confidant Russell Maurice presents a new solo show ‘Instructional Objects Under The Silver Moonlight’ this weekend at The Depot in Clapton as part of a series of weekend long shows curated by Suzannah Pettigrew. Come have some fun with the Goodhood gang and the main man himself, with doors opening at 6.00pm tomorrow.
Exhibition runs from 7th March – 9th March 2014
38 Upper Clapton Road, E5 8BQ
Opening Night – March 7th 6.00pm – 9.00pm