London’s Goodhood wave goodbye to their Coronet Street location in Hoxton, home since 2007, setting up shop on Curtain Road, a 45 second walk away, with a shiny new 2-storey flagship store. Men’s, women’s, kid’s, grooming and homewares all under one roof, the new space continues to stock favourites including LVC, Norse Projects, Soulland, HAY, Neighbourhood, Knight Mills, Roundel and Aesop. Opened today, the addition of a basement cafe, Commune, via Brett Redman, best known for Elliot’s Café and the Pavilion Café, will take the store a step further. Founders Jo Sindle and Kyle Stewart comment “The move is going to give us the opportunity to house our products in a new way, makes room for a greater variety of luxury, contemporary brands, and will improve our customers’ experience. We’re really excited about what’s on the cards.” In the spirit of noisiness, we head inside the impressive new location, camera in hand, to bring you a full look.
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