The Goodhood Store 2015 Fall "Devil Town" Lookbook

The Goodhood Store showcases the must-haves from its upper tier street brands.

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Whether by virtue of its proximity to the rest of Europe or its own climate, the English fashion scene has a penchant for good layering. Here we find London-based retailer The Goodhood Store proposing some slick pairings from its meticulously-curated stock room for a new lookbook, which is dubbed “Devil Town.” The lookbook highlights wearable selections from its favorite labels, including Gosha Rubchinskiy, Gitman Vintage, NEIGHBORHOOD, Our Legacy and Unused amongst others. Goodhood’s stylist present timely and apt assemblies that juxtapose white sections with patterned bottoms and graphic T-shirts. Check out the lookbook above and head over to The Goodhood Store’s website to secure some items ahead of autumn proper.

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