Big things this week! Freunden von Freunden visit the incredible houses of architects Emmanuel Picault and Ludwig Godefroy, C.E release their AW15 lookbook featuring the one and only Joy Orbison, and Pharell Williams visits Takashi Murakami’s studio ahead of his first Japanese show in fourteen years.
To celebrate Mo’Wax’s 21th Anniversary, founder James Lavelle’s Unkle are collaborating with the cream of Japanese design. Working with esteemed Japanese designers; Neighborhood, Undercover, Hysteric Glamour and A.Four, Lavelle and the brands have each put together pieces referencing Unkle’s iconic debut album, Psyence Fiction. From 7-9pm, Thursday 15th October, Lavelle and friends will provide music and all pieces will be available to purchase, with each coming with exclusive record. RSVP to RSVP@goodhood.co.uk and stay tuned to the blog for more information and images.
Thursday 15th October
151-153 Curtain Road
This Thursday evening, 8th October, we will be holding an exhibiton and showcase at the Life Store. Wooden & Woven explores the parallels and kinship between makers of different disciplines and reveals their complimentary approach toward form and function. The artists featured in ‘A Makers Dozen’ are connected by their shared appreciation for the utilitarian and the purposeful, each pursuing a symmetry between the aesthetics and usefulness of their work: Alexander Devol, Romy Northover (No. Ceramics), Katia Carletti, Milly Dent, Studio Arhoj, Clair Catillaz (Clam Lab), Maria De Haan, Joseph James Hartley, Florian Gadsby, Jono Smart,Kira Ni, Joe Stratford (Kerf Collection), Takashi Endo and Story Mfg. All pieces will be available to buy throughout the duration of the exhibition. The opening reception takes place this Thursday, 8th October from 6.30pm at the store: 151 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, EC2A 3QE. See you there!
Luker by Neighborhood’s fall/winter collection gets the Grind Magazine treatment, with a beautifully shot editorial with a hint of Mod styling showcasing key pieces from the collection.
Braindead release the visuals accompanying their fall offering of graphic tees and accessories. A collective of like minded creative individuals, the brands disruptive graphic identity stems from the broad range of influences of its contributors. Expect Braindead’s AW15 collection to arrive at Goodhood this week.
Laila Sakini steps up for the latest in our Good Vibes mix series, with the London via Melbourne based DJ reflecting the essence of the store with an esoteric trip through downtempo and tripped out sounds from around the world, recored live on NTS Radio.
Goodhood friends Catalogue will be taking over our neighbors at KK Outlet with their first solo show for the duration of October. The exhibition showcases Catalogue’s working practice over the past five years, as well as the newest issue of Catalogue Library and a host of new work from Catalogue friends.
42 Hoxton Square