London-based cult store Goodhood has moved. Staying in the district of Shoreditch, the store now finds its home in a two floor retail space stretching over 3,000 sqft (280 sqm) at 151 Curtain Road.

The shop now offers the fall/winter mens- and womenswear collections of up-market brands such as Comme Des Garcons, Diemme, DKNY, Junya Watanabe, Levi’s Vintage Clothing, MM6, Neighborhood Japan, Norse Projects, Opening Ceremony Collaborations, PAM, Soulland or Wood Wood, accessories, kidswear, beauty/grooming products and homeware. On September 1, also Goodhood’s new café Commune will be opened at the shop in collaboration with Brett Redman (Elliot’s Café Borough Market, the Pavilion Café Victoria Park).

The new Goodhood environment, hosting upmarket mens- and womens collections
The new Goodhood environment, hosting upmarket mens- and womens collections


“After 7 years of continuous growth we have outgrown our original location. It was important for us to remain with our roots in East London so when we found a suitable building that worked for us a stone’s throw from our current location we snapped it up. 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”, said the Goodhood co-founders Kyle Stewart and Jo Sindle.

The Goodhood store opened its doors in East London’ Coronet Street in 2007. In 2011, they started an e-commerce webstore which has grown into an industry leading online clothing store. Today, Goodhood also runs the branding/image agency GHC (Goodhood Creative) and since late 2013 also produces the in-house shirt/bags and homewear line Goods by Goodhood.

New Address:
151 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3QE

New Opening Times:
10.00 – 18.00 Mon – Sat
11.00 – 17.00 Sunday

Homeware and beauty section at Goodhood
Homeware and beauty section at Goodhood