The Goodhood Store has been dressing London’s finest houses and bodies in Japo-Scandinavian style (with a touch of skate) since 2007. Now anyone with an internet connection can get in on the party. Good god.
"Nice Clothes For Nice People" is the Someplace slogan; it's also the truth. To mark the launch of their new web store they're giving away $500 worth of new clothes. You just need to decide what you want. How's that for nice?
Dalton Millican was a proto-outdoorsman in the Lake District of the U.K. He lived in a cave, led climbing expeditions and virtually invented the idea of sustainable living in the early 1900s. Today, he serves as inspiration for U.K. outfitters Millican.
There is probably some sort of tree analogy that fits Maple Store, but tree analogies are almost as bad as food analogies, so we'll stick with this: Maple is a multi-label Sydney store with an emphasis on decent and affordable denim.
It sounds like a joke out of a Christmas cracker, but what do you get when you cross a motorcycle with a pair of shoes? These Converse x Deus ex Machina Jack Purcells are way tougher than a plastic whistle or a paper hat.
Like Canada, New Zealand tends to get overlooked in the cultural capital stakes, shaded-out by its larger neighbour. Also like Canada, New Zealand has shitloads of cultural capital. Good As Gold contribute a large part to this statistical anomaly.
As we head towards a paperless world of pixels and touch screens, it's worth recognising the resistance movement; the holdouts working with that fibrous, pulpy stuff called paper. At the frontline is Melbourne publisher and shop Smalltime Books.