Goodhood x R. Newbold 2011 Fall/Winter Capsule Collection

Goodhood showcases its latest collection with Paul Smith’s Japanese line, R. Newbold, for

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Goodhood showcases its latest collection with Paul Smith’s Japanese line, R. Newbold, for Fall/Winter 2011. The extensive range features a selection of this season’s must-haves, which include flannel and chambray shirts, chinos, pullovers and cardigans. Sitting next to the capsule arrangement are fur-lined low cut sneakers, slim fit ties, and a backpack. Incorporating various prints with the likes of lightning bolts and even galaxy graphics, this collection is definitely worthy of a second look. Now available at Goodhood.

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