After teaming up with Soulland on a Kurt Cobain-inspired drop, British retailer Goodhood is delivering another collaborative endeavor. This time, the boutique is teaming up with two other entities for the joint effort: Japanese artist Kosuke Kawamura and street-savvy label F-LAGSTUF-F. The ensuing collection is appropriately dubbed “Goodstuff.”
Set against a dimly tinted backdrop of traditional Japanese interiors, the editorial is modeled by Japanese rapper BADSAIKUSH, centered around a limited set of graphic T-shirts, jackets, sweats and accessories. Appropriately, each piece is emblazoned with Kawamura’s heritage-indebted artwork. One noteworthy piece is a black coaches jacket, emblazoned with a tweaked monochromatic Shunga print at the back. The upper left chest sports “GOODSTUFF” branding, a collaborative logo repeated across each piece of the capsule. As a finishing note, the garment is detailed with white buttons at the cuffs, elastic cinching at the waist and a silver-toned central zipper closure for a premium take on a classic staple.
Another highlight is a sleek Hawaiian shirt, boasting a large Shunga print at the front and back, stretching all the way from the upper chest to the hem. The shirt has a semi-boxy fit and comes with contrasting white buttons to offset the dark shade. Other pieces, like long-sleeves, tees and socks, round up the concise capsule with complementary prints and a versatile neutral color palette.
To kick off the capsule’s release, Goodhood will be holding a special event wherein Kosuke Kawamura will be creating his signature collages in-store on January 15, 6:30 p.m. CET. The collection will then hit Goodhood’s website and it’ll be available at Goodhood’s London outpost.