Designers, creative directors, actors, athletes: Blamo! explores the world of fashion with the people who shape it. Each week, founder Jeremy Kirkland speaks with a different guest about their journey through their career and outlook on the future.
Jacob and I discuss fashion’s pivot to online only shows and how the new format is not as new as we all think. We also discuss how this scale back and lack of shows has helped democratize the medium for newer designers, and the designer he will drive across Paris for…
He’s back…Brian Davis of Wooden Sleepers discusses the infamous grind five years later and how far his business has come, why he has beef with Shark Tank, how to build a vintage collection, and why so many ex hardcore folks work in fashion.
My guest this week is photographer, Rose Callahan.
Rose and I discuss her illustrious career and how she creates her “character-driven portraits.” We also chat about her recent books, the Dandy Portrait series, and she explains what is a Dandy?
Designer and skateboarder, Jimmy Gorecki.
Jimmy and I discuss his early life growing up in Philadelphia, his new collaboration with acclaimed skate brand, DC Shoes, and how his clothes ended up on Lebron James.
Jim Moore returns to discuss his recent book, "Hunks & Heroes: 40 Years of Fashion at GQ." Jim and I discuss his friendship with the late photographer Richard Avedon, that one celebrity he felt the need to take a photo with, and his kinship with Kanye West.
My guest this week is American fashion designer, Billy Reid.
Billy and I discuss how he went from flunking out of college to learning how to design and becoming one of the most celebrated American designers. Last but not least we discuss the growth of online in fashion and what it means to serve the digital customer.