Check out this incredible Brazilian jungle pad, Izumi Miyazaki’s incredible selfies and the pimps, peep shows and prostitutes of 1970s NYC.
To welcome new homeware brand Doug Johnston to the life store check out this insightful video into his practise at his studio in Brooklyn.
Gosha Rubchinskiy was the years much talked about guest designer at Pitti Uomo in Florence, showing his SS17 collection in an abandoned Tobacco Factory reminiscent of the designers homeland. The collection is classically Gosha, offering a Soviet take on classic sportswear styles as well as collaborations with a number of high profile brands including Kappa, Sergio Tacchini and Fila. Plenty to get excited about!
This week we have a new short film by Gosha Rubchinskiy, Judy Blame gives i-D a super insightful interview and Patti Smith chats to The Guardian before she fulfills a life long wish of playing Hyde Park next month.
Melbourne’s Doomsday teams up with revered New York magazine Polanski for a small collection of graphic tees and accessories. The magazine began as a blog for founder Tobias Matutina to pool inspirations, assemble themes and establish a point of view. It quickly outgrew its online presence and turned into a fully fledged print magazine, with its pages filled with rich content and beautiful, striking photography. The graphics are based around found inspirations from old vinyl records, delivery boxes and other elements of New York life, and they grace three graphic tees and a tote bag. The collection is available exclusively in Europe right here at Goodhood, and releases online and in-store tomorrow, Thursday 16th June at 11am.
Universal Works & Satta’s PEACE.LOVE.SOUL collection brings together Universal Works’ classic workwear inspired clothing and subtle embroidery detailing with Satta’s natural colour palette and relaxed approach. Their shared values combine to produce a collection of clothing and accessories that are honest, soulful and made for living in. Shop Universal Works x Satta here.
2016 is flying by and as we hit the second week of June C.E co-founder Toby Feltwell discusses the brand alongside an exclusive look at the brands AW16 gear, Brick Magazine enlist a host of dope artists to celebrate the life of Phife Dawg and Derek Ridgers discusses punk then and punk now.