We teamed up with workwear pioneers Dickies for a unique take on their ubiquitous staple pant: The 874. Released In four different colourways – charcoal, brown, white and black – we celebrated the star-adorned release by throwing an exclusive in-store event.

Music was provided via Pinty, who stepped up with an explosive DJ Set. Beers were supplied courtesy of Forest Road Brewing Company. Check out the event recap below…

We came, we saw, we had an in-store… Our premium sneaker collab with Vans Vault launched this week, so to celebrate we had an exclusive in-store event.

Musical vibes were provided by south London’s finest DJ Oneman; drinks were provided by Crate Brewery. Check out the event recap below…

To launch Vol.21 of The New Order Magazine we hosted an exclusive in-store event. The latest issue of the global fashion and culture magazine features a Sean Pablo cover shot by influential photographer and videographer William Strobeck. Exclusive The New Order merchandise was available on the night, including collaborations with Levis, Sasquatchfabrix., TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist., and more.

Music was provided by The New Order Family DJs; drinks were supplied courtesy of Old Blue Last Beer. Check out the event recap below…

Join us in-store for the launch event of THE NEW ORDER Magazine, Volume 21, this Thursday from 6.30pm – 8.30pm. Exclusive merchandise will be available to purchase on the evening, with DJ sets from THE NEW ORDER family, and more…

Free beers, courtesy of Old Blue Last Beers.

July 15th, 2019

NTS x RIDER EVENT RECAP

London’s online radio champions NTS have teamed up with Brazil’s Rider Sandals to produce an understated black statement piece. Using the R-Next Sandal silhouette as a base, the open-toe sandal features NTS branding across the straps and on the rubber pull tab.

We recently hosted the in-store launch event, with DJ support from Elheist and Neverland Clan’s Narx, alongside free beers provided by Old Blue Last. Check out the recap below…

June 1979 – A monochrome image of pulsar data becomes the visual mascot for a seminal post-punk debut. Joy Division’s landmark album Unknown Pleasures was an exercise in Avante-Garde audio and art – with graphic direction from Factory Records’ iconic art director Peter Saville, the impact of the album and it’s accompanying art still resonates 40 years later.

To celebrate the album’s 40th Anniversary, we teamed up with Peter Saville to release a highly limited 13-piece collection, spanning apparel, homeware, accessories and lifestyle goods, all adopting the ‘inverse’ colour scheme of the album cover. In the run-up to the collaborative release, we sat with Peter Saville, Joy Division and New Order drummer Stephen Morris for an exclusive hour-long conversation, touching on the band’s creative process and the album’s incredible impact…

Last Thursday we marked the launch of our sixth collaboration with the Japanese staple BEAMS T with an exclusive in-store event. This time around we teamed-up with Tokyo-based graphic artist Naijel Graph for an exclusive 10 piece collection which was accompanied by some of Graph’s original artworks, exclusively flown in from Japan and only available in-store.Based around the theme of “Japanese Adventures in Wonderland”, the graphics feature cartoons of Geisha, Samurai and Yōkai (ghost), taking cues from Oriental folklore and traditions.
Check out some images from our official launch event…

WIN! We’ve teamed up with Field Day to give 3 lucky people free weekend tickets to the north London based festival (in their new & improved home, The Drumsheds) on 7th & 8th June. To enter, head to Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/p/Bx121dUBlaY/):

1. Follow @goodhood & @fielddayfestivals
2. Tag 2 friends in the comments who you would take with you
Winner announced 03/06/19. You must be 18+ to enter.