Glenn Liburd and Daniel Lewis drop in to talk about the origins of their brand Glenn’s Denim. Glenn and Daniel share how they met, why they intend to stay small and how clothing should be a vehicle to express who you are, not for what brand you’re wearing.
My guest this week is writer, actor, and stand-up comedian Yassir Lester (Black Monday, Black-ish, Girls). Yassir and I chat his early days hustling his way through the LA comedy scene and his rise through the industry.. He shares how his mother raised him to be charitable, how he still wants to see others do well, and how he’s returning to his Georgian roots by embracing “the truck lifestyle”. Plus, we get his take on buying weird stuff off Instagram.
1 hr 24 min
My guest this week is actor, comedian, writer, director, and producer, Ben Schwartz. We get into Ben’s origin in comedy, from his days in New York City’s comedy circuit to today, where, in his words, he’s worked literally every day since October 2020. Ben also talks about collecting Air Jordans and his passion for vintage tees. Plus, we get an exclusive, never before heard story involving typewriters that you do not want to miss.
My guest is the founder of the acclaimed brand Nanamica and the creative director of North Face Purple Label, Eiichiro Homma.
My guest this week is father, Canadian chef, and TV host Matty Matheson. We explore Matty’s career, clothes he’s buying in quarantine, and his history with punk music. He and I discuss his north star: Embracing imperfection and being proud of who you are. Last but not least, Matty gives us the scoop on how he’s building more infrastructure around himself, to bring more videos, and more importantly, more laughs.
1 hr 20 min
Derek and I discuss how dressing is a social act, the psychology of clothing, and philosophy of menswear.
Hey Folks,Yes, the new season is coming, but I wanted to share with you a recent event we were a part of with the PROJECT, the fashion trade show.I had the pleasure of chatting with past guests, Bryan Trunzo, Head of Brands for Informa Markets, Jordan Page of Very Advanced, and Bruce Pask, the men’s fashion director of Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus.We chat about post-pandemic fashion, shared our predictions for an extremely optimistic future, and the return of occasion dress!Enjoy, and we’ll see you in a few weeks with all new Blamo! Episodes.
Ilaria Urbinati returns to discuss her new site LEO, how her styling business has evolved in quarantine, and how she’s continuing to grow her men’s fashion empire.
Ethan returns to chat about his beloved Bryceland’s, how lockdown is going in Japan, how isolation has affected his outlook, and what’s never going to change.
“I have to be absolutely clear and transparent. I can’t sit here and say something and not mean it.”
1 hr 13 min