Gasius’ latest batch of products get the visual treatment with Sara Sani on photography duties. Featuring gasius’ signature reference points and graphic illustrations, the collection is available to buy here, including a few bits that are fully exclusive to Goodhoooooood of course.
A decent variety of bits for you this week; Nowness spend a beautifully shot afternoon with Linda Rodin (shop Rodin here), James Blake’s new 200 Press EP is available to stream (Building It Still is incredible), and Nigo & Tetsu Nishiyama debut the first products from their eagerly awaited new venture; Doubtful as Double.
It’s been a busy one…heres some great stuff for you to enjoy on your weekend; Anti Hero’s release their new video entitled ‘Destination Unknown’, Hayward Gallery are rounding up the best posters promoting various shows throughout the last fifty years for a new book, and legendary hardcore producer SPOT has a new book of photography giving a beautiful insight into life in Southern California from the late 60’s through to the mid 80’s. Enjoy.
Carrying on the good Christmas vibes…everyday for the next twelve days we are giving away a gift to one lucky Instagram follower. It’s dead easy…post a picture on Instagram of what you’d like from the site (here), and tell us why you’ve gotta have it! We will be picking a winner each day for the next twelve, and don’t forget to @ us at @goodhood and use the hashtag #deargoodhood, or we might not see ya’ll. Good luck!
Last night saw the first of our late night shopping events, alongside the unveiling of our Christmas windows and decorations and the launch of James Lavelle & Azzi Glasser’s first collaborative fragrance, Build & Destroy. We are one of only three locations worldwide selling the fragrance, entitled Build & Destroy, and it’s available online here, and in-store, so come on down, say hi and get in the festive spirit.
Can you believe it’s December next week? This year has flown by. Anyways, the final Best of the Week of November gives you some brilliant content from around the web as always. First up, Patti Smith and David Lynch sit down and discuss Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet and Pussy Riot, Guardian Music’s playlist rounds up the best in electronic music including a new tune from James Blake and the latest Jackmaster megamix, and finally Jenkem Magazine presents a video by Sean Costello featuring Rob Miceli skating an abandoned mental asylum in New York.
A new brand to the Goodhood cosmetics roster this season, Melbourne based Aesop are renowned for the quality of their cosmetics products. In a beautifully shot new video, the brand pays homage to the variety of materials used across it’s spaces and to the historic craft guilds and those who spend a lifetime honing their skills and knowledge that enable them to excel in their respective crafts.
Black Friday is nearly upon us and we’ve totally lost it…every single thing at our cafe Commune @ Goodhood tomorrow, Friday 28th November, is a quid. Yes…a quid. Salads, sandwiches, coffees and juices all for just one British pound each. We know…mental. Tell your friends, BRING your friends and see you in the queue.
Downstairs at Goodhood
151 Curtain Road
10AM – 5PM