I’m guessing that when Sonic Youth released the classic Goo album back in 1990, they didn’t foresee a home collection off the back of it. But fast forward 26 years and there is a Sonic Youth Goo collection at Woouf.
Brutalism for the home: Hayward textile range by Custhom
It's hard to imagine cosying up with a piece of Brutalist architecture. But Custhom have been able to transform those distinctively hard lines into their very desirable Hayward textile range.
Vitra Alexander Girard wool blankets
Alexander Girard's striking designs have been repurposed in many ways over the years, but these wool blankets from Vitra are probably one of the cosiest.
Battersea Blanket by Mary Penny
A cosy blanket is always useful, whether for wrapping around yourself to keep warm or to lay out your picnic on in summer.
This Battersea Blanket by Mary Penny is more stylish than the traditional tartan blanket and being designed by a graduate of the Royal College of Art, is perhaps closer to a piece of art than your usual bedding. The iconic London landmark Battersea Power Station has been woven into the blanket in bold colours against a subdued background on one side, with the colours reversed on the other . It measures 140cm by 190cm and is made from 100% Lambswool.
Buy from Thorsten Van Elten for £215.
Bon-Bon Coat by J Crew
Heritage style fabrics can instantly transform a simple item into something classic and expensive looking. Simplicity and chic are often the key to an effortless retro look, shown here in this Bon-Bon Wool Blend Coat by US brand J Crew.
The moss green shade enhances the richness of the fabric, providing a textural look that contrasts with the basic cut. The blanket coat style provides a late sixties-look military influence, taking a very masculine edge into womenswear.
It's now available from Net-a-Porter for £335.