Goodhood & BEAMS T Pay Tribute to Iconic British Musicians With Ryo Kaneyasu

Featuring images of Ian Curtis, Blur and Morrissey.

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Having kicked off 2018 with a collaboration alongside have a good time, London’s Goodhood has dropped a collaboration with BEAMS T and Japanese illustrator Ryo Kaneyasu. This is the most recent artist-themed release from Goodhood and BEAMS T, with the two also working with Ken Kagami back in mid-2017.

The joint collection features a T-shirt, two long sleeves, an off-white hoodie and a navy sweatshirt featuring Kaneyasu’s artwork, as well as a series of corresponding tote bags. All of the pieces pay tribute to iconic British musicians, including the likes of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis, Morrissey and Blur. The collection launches alongside a series of one-of-one pictures from Kaneyasu, which sees shots of the previously-mentioned musicians as well as others, including Kate Bush and London-based artists Gilbert & George.

The collection is available now from Goodhood’s web store, and will launch with an in-store event at 5:30 GMT on January 11. Prices for the apparel range from £49 GBP to £110 GBP (approximately $65 USD to $150 USD), while tote bags cost £29 GBP ($40 USD). Prints go for £150 GBP ($205 USD).

Goodhood ended 2017 with a string of celebratory collaborations, including work with NEIGHBORHOOD, Brain Dead and Dr. Martens.

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