The 100 best shops in London â top ten best shops
Count down the top ten best shops in London with Time Out
Edited by Dan Jones and Katie Dailey, with contributions from Tessa Griffith, Alfred Tong and Kate Worthington. Explore the individual top fives of every contributor.
The Goodhood Store
41 Coronet Street, London, N1 6HD
Jo Sindle and Kyle Stewart’s purely contemporary Hoxton boutique has a simple premise: offer an unfailingly cool edit of clothes, accessories, homeware and art in a slick environment with great service, exclusive, in-house fashion lines – and cartoony branding that underlines the owners’ sense of humour. The international mix of labels – from Opening Ceremony and Surface to Air to Quoddy footwear and east London fashion brand Antipodium – sits well with Kyle and Jo’s brilliantly realised Goodhood-branded goods. Street level is devoted to women’s brands, downstairs there is a men’s denim-based department and in 2011 the store co-created Galleries Goldstein, an art space across the cobbles on Coronet Street. All boutiques should be like this.
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