This time not strictly a menswear store, London has a definite lack of men only boutiques in comparison to, say, New York so a few mixed places are bound to creep in. Nevertheless what Goodhood has on offer for the boys is, well, good. Nestled on a sidestreet off Hoxton Square Goodhood has a very urban vibe. Streetwear and city essentials are the mainstay.
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As if having the reputedly oldest shop in London (circa 1567) as your first retail space didn’t mark you out from the crowd how about it also being the subject of novel by Charles Dickens? And that’s exactly what design partnership Blaak have in The Old Curiosity Shop.