The old bourgeois distinct of Copenhagen, Østerbro, which in many ways is similar to the smaller provincial towns of Denmark, has been spared the most fast-moving fashion hypes that Copenhagen’s other districts like Nørrebro and Vesterbro have undergone over the past decade. Østerbro still moves at a slower pace and there’s room for everyone; the people of Østerbro are not following trends just because there’re in fashion, which is clearly reflected in clothing retailers out there. A perfect example is GOODS in Classensgade that opened in August 2008 just before the financial crisis really hit Denmark, but nevertheless the shop has managed to carve out a respectable name, a solid customer clientele, and a promising potential for growth.
For the second time, the boys from GOODS present a delicious and appetizing image series shot by photographer Alexandre Archimbaud. This time with the best of the store to your winter wardrobe. Highlights: Levi’s Vintage Clothing 505 and Japanese Mt. Rainier Designs, which in addition to GOODS only sells from Inventory in Vancouver, Surf Saturdays in New York and Present in London.