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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.​
 
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It’s the return of Matt Hranek ⁠We all know and love the WM Brown meat pic, the cocktail recipes, and I’ve yet to meet someone who doesn’t have one of his books on their shelf.⁠ ⁠The man, the myth, the legend is back.⁠ ⁠Matt and I discuss his recent cleanse and renewed approach to life, utilizing sub-stack, fly fishing in Cuba with David Coggins, h…
 
BIG EXTRA this week with Stephen Pulvirent. He’s a writer, a photographer, and was previously the head of editorial operations for HODINKEE; He recently founded the creative agency Rime & Reason. Stephen joins Rob and I to recap Watches and Wonders, the recent trade show out of Geneva where nearly every watch company showed off what they’ve been wo…
 
This week on Blamo! Extra, we talk to Jason Jules. Jason has been a force behind the scenes in the worlds of music and fashion for a minute, working with Jamiroquai, A Bathing Ape, Paul Smith, and Drake’s (to name a few), plus his own projects under the name Garmsville. Lately, his Black Ivy: A Revolt in Style has been blowing up in the world of me…
 
This week on Extra, Jeremy and Rob decided to invite Derek Guy back for the return of the AMA. You undoubtedly know him from his writing for his blog, Die Workwear and Put This On or his epic Twitter account. He’s so thoughtful and knowledgable, we wanted to get his takes on your questions, too. We covered a lot of ground, including y2k fashion, st…
 
Bonus Episode! Jeremy chats with Neil Berrett and Jeremy Smith, owners of the store, Standard and Strange. Neil and Jeremy shared the origins of the brand, their early forays into bike wear, how they do retail differently, and why they love Japan. https://standardandstrange.comBy Jeremy Kirkland, Neil Berrett, Jeremy Smith
 
This week, Rob chats with DJ Justine D. Justine is a born and raised New Yorker who’s been DJing in the city since the late 90's and became a go-to party promoter at the heart of New York City’s famous nightlife and music scene in the 2000s. She co-hosted weekly parties like Aktion at Lit Lounge, Tiswas at Don Hill’s, and the moveable feast known a…
 
My guest this week is Jared Blake and Ed Be, founders of Lichen New York. Lichen is a Brooklyn/Queens based interior design shop & incubator that has absolutely blown up the past couple of years. They don’t have traditional backgrounds; they don’t have a “core piece” in fact, they’ve probably done more awareness and education for brands like Herman…
 
My guest this week is Sarah Mirth, co-founder and CEO of ARTIFOX. The past few years, many of us have been working from home, but on what? Couches, chairs, coffee shops. But everyone wants a nice desk –– a nice space to put their stuff, to work, to collaborate, and even waste time. Along comes, ARTIFOX. An incredibly beautiful and thoughtful design…
 
Hey folks, Rob is flying solo this week while I'm about to unplug for the first time in two years! WE ARE ALL IN BETTER HANDS! 🤣 See you soon! - jeremy This week, Rob chats with writer W. David Marx. David's an author and cultural critic, and is one of those guys who’s able to connect the dots of culture so vividly you never see things the same way…
 
My guest this week is Peter Middleton, founder, and designer of Wythe. A brand that's helped spark the reemergence of western wear and why all your friends have that snap-button shirt! Peter is the real deal. As you'll hear in this chat, Peter talks about how Wythe was always there because the brand is essentially himself. Peter and I discuss his l…
 
My guest this week is Davide Baroncini, founder of GHIAIA. A brand that's a beautiful hybrid of luxury and casual. It's a sort of California cool but made with luxurious fabrics and construction. You can wear it but still look like the LA guy pushing a grocery cart. Davide and I talk about the origins of the brand, what he learned while working at …
 
This week Rob and I chat with Wesley Scott. He’s an artist and designer for the brand 3sixteen among many other things. Wes has the ability to wear designers and brands that don’t look like how they were presented but always look perfect. His approach to dressing is well, as you hear, all his own. Rob and I chat with Wes about brands that deserve a…
 
My guest this week is actor and comedian Heidi Gardner​​​​​​. She has been blowing up on Saturday Night Live from her "Boxer's Girlfriend" character to the "Teen Film Critic" to "John Michael Wozniak" from The Last Dance, you name it, she's crushed it. Heidi and talk about growing up in Kansas City, joining the Groundlings, LA vs. NYC style, diggin…
 
My guest this week is Déborah Neuberg, founder of De Bonne Facture. Deborah talks about her life growing up in Paris, her experience working at Hermes, and what luxury means for brands today. ** Sponsored by Standard & Strange – Get the facts on denim here and Grand Seiko - Celebrate the nature of time with Grand Seiko ** Got a hot take? Leave us a…
 
We're back with the JJJ Show, featuring Jian Deleon, Jon Moy, and myself. I told you we would keep this up! We're doing some late night tales here. Jon Moy is moving to Portland, Jian continues to run the world. (Did you the homie in Popeye?!) We chat about what fashion criticism looks like in 2022 and the most important stories that were overlooke…
 
My guest this week is Guy Berryman. You probably know him from many other things, his magazine The Road Rat, or most likely the band Coldplay. But this episode is all about his recently launched clothing brand, Applied Art Forms. A fashion label drawing from vintage utilitarian, military, and workwear clothing – with carefully selected fabrics and …
 
This week Rob and Jeremy are joined by Jeff Hilliard. Jeff works on Limited Editions at Hodinkee and joins us to chat about his incredibly moving piece (and also the #1 article on Hodinkee in 2021) about finding his father through his watch. Jeff breaks down what happened, shares more of the story, and shares more details that everyone has asked hi…
 
Happy Holidays, folks! Rob & Jeremy look back at 2021 and chat with Derek Guy (Die! Workwear, Put This On) about what we liked, what we didn’t like, what we bought (what we didn’t even realize we bought), and the evolution of tailored clothing. Last but not least, Derek discusses his fascination with Bookcore(?) style! A pod for the ages. See you a…
 
My guest this week is Mike Cirker, CEO of Alpha Industries. Alpha Industries is known for its iconic military jackets from the MA-1 to the M-65. The brand has been in business for over 60 years making pieces that have now become staples in every wardrobe. Mike and I discuss growing up in the business, the pros, and cons of being a heritage brand, m…
 
My guest this week is the designer Willie Norris. She’s known for her eponymous workshop and is also the design director of the New York brand, Outlier. Willie and I discuss the importance of humor in design, designing for a community, rethinking what a clothing brand should be. NYT Article Outlier ** Sponsored by Standard & Strange – Get the facts…
 
Today I chat with Shawn McKenzie (@ShawnMcKenzie89), host and reporter at Sportsnet. Based in Toronto, Shawn is often globetrotting following the Toronto Maple Leafs to various cities covering the sights at sounds rink side. I believe Shawn is one of the most stylish guys around the NHL community. His TV outfits are often the talk of social media a…
 
If there’s one person who knows every IYKYK brand, it’s Nico Lazaro. For most folks, he’s the source of new trends, ideas and has been experimenting with his looks for ages. But before that? Yes, like all of us, he was making business cards for his Tumblr. And eventually, he was hired as an early employee at Grailed. But his career path was shockin…
 
My guest this week is the actor, writer, and comedian Eugene Cordero. You know his acting from massive shows like Loki, The Mandalorian, and The Good Place and his voice from shows like Star Trek: Lower Decks and Central Park. Honestly, he’s everywhere these days, and this week he’s on the pod! We chat his early days of improv, getting jacked at th…
 
Kiya Babzani (Self Edge), Mark Cho (The Armoury), and Michael Williams (ACL) join Jeremy to chat about Japan, Japanese Craftsmanship and share how important its impact has been on clothing and retail. Self Edge The Armoury A Continuous Lean Presented by Grand Seiko ** Learn More about Grand Seiko and the GS9 Club…
 
My guest this week is Chris Echevarria, founder of Blackstock & Weber Chris has helped turn the loafer from a classic menswear staple to a hyped piece of streetwear and back. Walls do not exist in the land of loafers. Chris and I discuss his life going from working at J. Crew to selling at J. Crew, how his company Blackstock & Weber has become the …
 
This week's guest is Peter Zottolo (@urbancomposition) . Peter is an Electrician by trade and the US Director of Plaza Uomo. Based in San Francisco, Peter is a true menswear enthusiast as his style can’t be put in a box. You can often find Peter in American-made denim on the job site. But with that said, he is no stranger to a suit. Just one look a…
 
OH, I LOVE A GOOD LIST! GQ's Gerald Ortiz has been behind all the best of lists lately...And is now answering questions from the slack. Rob and Jeremy chat about his career, but this pod is nothing but hot takes on our favorites – from boots and knitwear to hats. It’s all there, including Jeremy's spot on where to buy the dopest berets. So dive in,…
 
My guest this week contains multitudes...He’s a comedian, an actor, a podcaster, and jeez when I say podcaster he’s in the lore of Comedy Bang Bang, his own show High and Mighty and Action Boyz, he’s an improv God and has recently become a style god. IT'S JON GABRUS, FAM. Jon and I talk about finding your style, Long Island punk, what’s on his POG …
 
On this week's episode, we chat with Andrew Coelho (@MrAndrewCoelho). Andrew is the host of the Andrew Coelho show and the designer behind Monte & Co. Andrew is passionate about making and investing in better things. Expert craftsmanship, affordable luxury, and ethically made are some of the words behind the way Andrew shops and designs. Today on t…
 
This week's chat is with one of the key folks behind one of the wildest watch brands, Alex Mille, Commercial Director of Richard Mille. The watch company is only 20 years old and continues to be obsessed over and worn by folks such as Jay-Z and Drake to Formula 1 Drivers. They are known as "a racing machine on the wrist." Yes, they make watches, bu…
 
On this week's episode, we speak with Jesse Thorn, (@JesseThorn). Jesse is a media entrepreneur and podcast host based out of Los Angeles, California. He is the owner and founder of the Maximum Fun podcast network, and the host and producer of the podcasts Judge John Hodgman, Jordan, Jesse, Go! as well as the radio show and podcast Bullseye. That s…
 
My guest this week is actor and comedian Willie Macc. He's a comedy king, "midwest nice," and is making the next HGTV show you're going to binge non-stop. Willie and I talk about how he went from editing reality shows to starring in them, his new show on HGTV (Flip It to The Maccs), the best clothes to travel with, standup comedy, and Japanese deni…
 
This week’s episode will be a little different. I’ve had a couple of you direct message me on Instagram asking how and why I started the Mr. Cavaliere menswear brand. So I thought what better way to answer this than to go into the archive and pull out a conversation I had with Andrew Coelho (@mrandrewcoelho) Andrew is the host of the Andrew Coelho …
 
I’m so privileged to bring you a special pod with the costume designer, Suttirat Larlarb. You probably have heard of her because she’s responsible for the iconic looks in the recent Bond film, No Time to Die, but she also did the costumes for Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs film and just wrapped the Obi Wan Kenobi show coming soon. But this convo was all …
 
My guest this week is writer Dave Schilling (New Yorker, LA Times, The Guardian). Dave and I chat the films that got him into clothes, his epic podcast Galaxy Brains with Jonah Ray, representation in fashion, David Lynch fits, our love of the night openings IG account, bistro vibes, why the fit pic is the best way to express yourself, Martin Short …
 
This week's guest is Bruce Pask (@BrucePask), the Men’s Fashion Director of Bergdorf Goodman & Neiman Marcus. Bruce also curates a shop called the B. Shop, which features some of his favourite menswear essentials and some exclusive collaborations. I discovered Bruce during the hashtag menswear movement where I often saw street-style photographs of …
 
This week, it’s a one on one pod with Rob Lim & Jeremy. We chat about what’s happening in the B! Slack, Michael Bastian’s recent Brook’s Brothers Collection, going nuts on Aesop, flexing at home with your soap, missing Adam Kimmel, why J. Crew has always been good, and the post model world? Last but not least, #watches channel heat and asking more …
 
To celebrate our 10th season and our love of watches, I’m pleased to bring you a special bonus episode with Asher Rapkin of the watch community, Collective and writer Jason Heaton of The Grey Nato, and his recent novel Depth Charge. We discuss our love of all things mechanical, the origins of Collective and their recent collaboration with IWC, the …
 
My guest this week is Alex/2Tone He’s an artist, director, and creative director of the cult LA brand Born x Raised. Alex and I discuss his life growing up in the world of graffiti, his love of film and creating the infamous video for Born x Raised. We also chat launching his podcast Powerful Truth Angels with Matty Matheson, and how Born x Raised …
 
On this week's episode, I interview Bo Yang (@BYang09). Bo is a hedge fund manager and the proprietor of of Marol 1959 an Italian bespoke shirtmaker. Bo is a tailoring aficionado. Just one glance at his Instagram and you’ll see countless expertly crafted bespoke garments from some of the worlds most prestigious master tailors. You’ll also find snap…
 
This week's podcast guest is Jeremy Kirkland (@thekirkland), the host of Blamo!, a podcast exploring the world of fashion with the people who shape it. I have been an avid listener of the Blamo! podcast for a few years. Jeremy’s approach to the show is easy on the ears and his guest selection is what keeps me coming back for more. On top of his gre…
 
It's Blamo! Extra and we're joined by our co-host for these Patreon exclusive pods, Rob Lim. This week we're joined by television writer, senior reporter, producer for Decider, and everyone's favorite fit pic king, Brett White. Brett has been someone who has helped create the resurgence on the styles of classic television and has helped put Bob New…
 
On this week's episode, I speak with The Style Professor (@The.Style.Professor). His Instagram page is a collage of different outfits he’s worn for various occasions and settings often with drink in hand and rarely without cufflinks. He is also the curator of another popular Instagram page called Ralph Lauren Style (@Ralph.Lauren.Style) which acts …
 
My guest this week is Ethan M. Wong (@EthanMWong). Ethan is a photographer, podcaster, video game professional, and above all a menswear enthusiast. Ethan’s Instagram is filled with photos of himself always looking effortlessly sophisticated coupled with snapshots of his stylish friends having a good time. Today on the show I chat with Ethan about …
 
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