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Style Icon: Paul Newman

Style Icon: Paul Newman

From a time of true icons, Paul Newman was one of the biggest! He's one of our all time favourite actors and style icons. Talk about having effortless style! But, it gets better, as we happen to have a few pieces which could help you obtain that same effortlessness in style and controlled breeziness.
Meet August Rosenbaum

Meet August Rosenbaum

Born into a family of artists in Copenhagen, pianist August Rosenbaum was the only kid in elementary school who would perform Thelonious Monk, Wu Tang Clan and Erik Satie at school recitals - with equal conviction. But then again, there has always been several sides to the talent of this Danish piano prodigy. While his name may not yet seem familiar, the Danish piano prodigy has been involved in some of the most influential Danish music in recent years....

City Guide: Milan

City Guide: Milan

Our friend Robert Olsen is Head of Sales at Salle Privée. He’s originally from Denmark but has his roots solidly planted in the soil of Italy’s fashion capital Milan. Even though we hadn’t officially met before, when he started at the Dutch brand we found out that our paths had crossed before.
City Guide: Paris

City Guide: Paris

We've continued to ask our friends and suppliers from all over the world for some local advice. Here comes a few recommendations our friend and long time collaborator Peter Simonsson, founder of The White Briefs. A couple of years ago, he and his family left their native Sweden for the city of lights and love: Paris.

Meet Ricardo Valenti

Meet Ricardo Valenti

One of the true specialists that we work with is Anderson’s belt manufactorers. They’re a traditional family business who have been making belts in Parma, Italy for more than 50 years and have developed themselves from a local to a global brand, while still keeping all of their production in-house at their own factory.
Meet Chris Kontos

Meet Chris Kontos

Chris Kontos is a long time inspiration for us. Man of style, man with perfect taste in many things. Chris is well known for his Kennedy magazine biannual journal of curiosities. It is a magazine for life whether about film, music, art or fashion. He is also a photographer and a DJ. We talked with him about his life and everything in between.

Common Projects Sizing

Common Projects Sizing

Common Projects has been a part of our curated selection of quality Goods for more than five years now. We love their products and so - evidently - do you our treasured customers as well.

Introducing Ten C

Introducing Ten C

We are proud to have Italian outerwear specialists Ten C as an addition to our curated selection of quality goods. Even though we’ve been working in menswear for as long as we can remember, we’ve never seen anything like this. 

City Guide: New York

City Guide: New York

We decided to reach out to Chris from Gitman Vintage again and ask him to share some of his insider places in New York with you, our beloved customers; here they are:
Meet Kristoffer Dahy Ernst

Meet Kristoffer Dahy E...

Friend and loyal supporter of the store Kristoffer Dahy Ernst lives in Frederiksberg and says he seriously doubts he’ll ever want to live anywhere else. Kristoffer is a partner at the communications agency Friday, where he works strategically and operationally with a range of ambitious clients, who wish to change things for the better. 


We went to London to visit Drake's

We went to London to v...

A few weeks ago, we visited the Drake’s manufacturing floor at their east London factory to follow the production of their ties from their inception to their execution.
Interview with Illustrator Mr Slowboy

Interview with Illustr...

Mr Slowboy first came to our attention through Instagram back in the early days of 2016. We really loved what we saw; the wit, the skill of his artwork and his modern take on fashion illustration. We couldn’t help himself, and thus reached out to Fei Wang;

Visits Salle Privée in Milan

Visits Salle Privée in...

Just a few weeks ago, we went to visit our Dutch supplier of paramount menswear essentials brand Salle Privée - at their new showroom in Milan. With us was director Oliver Knauer.
Introducing Salle Privée

Introducing Salle Privée

Creative people inspire us. We’re always up for hearing a great story about how something came to be. How one person's idea developed into a magazine,  building or a brand. One such tale is the one behind Salle Privée

The Store

The Store

Since our humble beginnings around the birth of the global financial crisis in August of 2008, Goods has gone from being a local destination shop at an off beat basement location to become an established men’s clothing store on the main street of Copenhagen´s Østerbro neighborhood. At Østerbrogade 44 Goods tends to a broad range of clientele; servicing both locals, tourists and Copenhageners of many ages and social stature, but all with a common and vested interest in quality and...

An interview with Eiichiro Homma of Nanamica

An interview with Eiic...

Nanamica continues to impress us with their unique and functional approach to detail in products that merge classic menswear and technical sportswear; so much so in fact, that we decided to get inside the head of Nanamica's creative director Eiichiro Homma. Incidentally, Homma also happens to be the brain behind the ultra sort after Purple North Face collection which can only be obtained in Japan. So it is with great pleasure...

Autumn at Goods

Autumn at Goods

This season we went to North Sealand to shoot some of our autumn selection in the beautiful and windy surroundings of Rågeleje and Heather Hill. The combination of the green hills, the roaring sea and the softly sandy beaches was a beautiful backgrund for the colourful drakes scarf, OrSlow overshirt and Chukka boot from Common Projects.
Traveling to Milan

Traveling to Milan

So our finest task is not only to select the best products in a global sea of menswear related product and producers, but also to make sure these products from various brands find each other, merge and compliment one another, whilst simultaneously fulfilling an individual purpose within the universe of Goods, before making it into the wardrobes of our treasured followers and customers.


New Balance 991

New Balance 991

Last season at Goods, we introduced the 991 model from New Balance. It was a launch, which was met with great succes by you - our customers. So much so, in-fact, we even re-ordered all of the remaining stock from the Scandinavian warehouse and still managed to sell all of our pairs by the end of the season.
Q&A with Barena

Q&A with Barena

Having been part of our selection at Goods for quite some time now, Barena feel like old friends to us. With casually clean lines and yet distinctly Italian garments, the brand is becoming a favourite - not only with us - but also with our customers at Goods. And thus we decided to delve a little deeper into the story of this great brand.

 


Meet Oliver Knauer

Meet Oliver Knauer

Meet our customer Oliver Knauer, who works as a photographer and director. He has a few amazing stories up his sleeve and thus we asked him to tell us a few of them and a bit about himself, his life and his career so far.

Q & A with Unimatic

Q & A with Unimatic

We’ve had great response on our beautiful timepieces from watchmakers Unimatic. Lots of customers from all over the world have shown an interest in their designs and unique approach to expressing horology on the wrist, so we thought we’d let you guys meet the designers behind the brand.


Meet Jeppe Christensen

Meet Jeppe Christensen

Jeppe is a long time customer and supporter of Goods. He’s also a good friend of ours, and one whose creativity has spawned several collaborative projects with likeminded people and companies over the years. This time it looks like he’s really hit the nail on the head with the kitchen-design firm Reform which he founded two years ago. Having seen an impressive growth during the first couple of years the company, in which, the company has already collaborated with high...

Q & A With Aldo Acchiardi

Q & A With Aldo Acchiardi

Harris Wharf London was Founded in 2009 inspired by the vibrant North-East London atmosphere, Harris Wharf produce perfect woollen jackets and coats. The founders are siblings Giulia and Aldo who’s family has run a factory in northern Italy since 1929 where all of their fabrics are made.


Q&A with Andersen-Andersen

Q&A with Andersen-Ande...

Andersen-Andersen was founded in 2009 by Cathrine Lundgren-Andersen and Peter Kjaer-Andersen, when the husband-and-wife-team had the idea to create a durable and classic sailor sweater. We met up with Peter and Cathrine to get answers to a few questions of ours.

Interview

Interview

Kasper was interviewed by by Lorenzo Molina for Sportswear International magazine (a fashion business industry magazine), here's is what was said. As its name explicitly points out, the Goods store in Copenhagen puts the focus on products rather than on labels. With long experience in the retail business


Meet Thomas Lykke

Meet Thomas Lykke

Thomas Lykke is the creative director of strategic design studio OeO which he co-founded in 2003. He originally started out working in fashion, both in Copenhagen and San Fransisco before turning his head towards design. He has worked with some of the world’s most important brands for more than 15 years. During this tenure he served - amongst other positions - as interiors editor at Wallpaper Magazine - having been headhunted personally by Tyler Brûlé who now runs Monocle....

Meet Søren Martinussen

Meet Søren Martinussen

Having studied Architecture and Urban Planning in his hometown of Aarhus, Søren Martinussen joined Denmark's perhaps most notable Architecture firm - the renowned and aptly named - BIG in 2010. He’s since worked on both Danish and International projects, including the recent Bassin 7 which is part of the progressive redevelopment project of Aarhus harbour. We've gotten to know Søren well as he often passes the store with his son Leo whose favourite juice bar sits right next...


Q&A with Chris Olberding

Q&A with Chris Olberding

Chris Olberding is the man behind Gitman Vintage, which is a division of Gitman Bros, an American clothing house with over 80 years of history in manufacturing fabrics and shirts. He first started working with Gitman when they were producing shirts for other labels such as Burberry and Thom Browne. It was during this process that he discovered the old line books and started going through the archives. A process which led to the rebirth, development and design ethos of...

Meet Mitchell Dean

Meet Mitchell Dean

Having launched our new Goods site in December, we feel it's about time we introduced you to some of our customers, whom we think have made an impact on us in one way or the other and whom we think reflect what the Goods ethos is all about. Oh, and these are of course also all very interesting human beings! 'Nuff said!!

First up is Mitchell Dean, a very well dressed man indeed, a loyal customer of ours and university...


Q&A with Peter Simonsson

Q&A with Peter Simonsson

Menswear designer Peter Simonsson is the man behind the brand The White Briefs. Based in the southern part of Sweden, he founded the conceptual underwear brand in December 2009 and has since stayed true and honest to his original idea and inspiration: creating compelling garments for everyday use. The White Briefs label has, since its inception, grown to a global brand and has enjoyed prestigious collaborations with both Nick Wooster and Fantastic Man.

Q&A with Mikkel Karstad

Q&A with Mikkel Karstad

Mikkel Karstad is a cook, food stylist and author of “Spis”, a cookbook with a unique take on Danish cuisine. Mikkel has previously worked a lot with famous Danish chef and entrepreneur Claus Meyer, both on TV, in book form and on his restaurants. He is also the father of four and a long time customer and supporter of Goods.