A podcast talking to some of the world's most stylish people exploring why they wear what they do.
Bonus Episode: How Fashion Makes You Feel hosted by Jeremy West
Today’s episode is going to be a little different. This week fellow podcaster Jeremy West (@JeremyWest__)will be taking the mic as he graciously asked me to be on his show the 6 AM Mindset Podcast. I chat about the early beginnings of Mr. Cavaliere, How clothes affect the way you feel, and how dressing with intention can change your life.
We wanted to jump on to wish everyone a Happy Holiday season. Producer Peter is officially a dad and we thought what better time to wrap up this season than now! I want to thank you all for listening to a show about clothes, during a time where wearing pants have been optional.
This show celebrates style and the people who take the time to dress with intention. If it wasn’t for your downloads each and every week we wouldn’t be able to do what we do. We hope to see you back here in the new year but until then stay safe and stay stylish. Thank you!
Ep. 44 - Shawn McKenzie, Host and Reporter at Sportsnet
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 as people often comment on his bold coloured suits, large peak lapels, and his slim silhouette. There is a method to his madness and today I get the privilege to take a behind-the-scenes look.
Today on the show Shawn and I chat about the Leafs new dress code, what he thinks about when putting together an outfit for TV, and how the game of hockey should start embracing fashion.
Ep. 43 - Peter Zottolo, US Director of PlazaUomo
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 at his Instagram page and you can find him in various Italian-made tailoring looking like he’s on the streets of Florence. What I admire most about Peter is his utilitarian approach to menswear and how he actively invests in quality garments that serve a purpose.
Today on the show I chat with Peter about his initial interest in style, Dressing for the occasion, and camping in California. Please enjoy this wide-ranging conversation about clothes and why they matter.
Ep. 42 - Andrew Coelho, Co-Founder & Managing Partner of Monte & Coe
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 the show I turn the mic to Andrew to hear about why he started Monte & Co., Why buying better matters, and a billboard message he lives by.
Ep. 41 - Jesse Thorn, Founder of Put This On
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 said, I discovered Jesse on a little known menswear blog by the name of Put This On.
Jesse is an OG. His work predates social media, and he was creating digital stories for the internet before the term content creator became a widely recognized job. You can arguably say that the Put This On blog spawned the #Menswear movement.
Today on the show I chat with Jesse about what initially intrigued him about menswear, the culture of clothes, and why he started Put This On.
What a coup.
Here we find intelligent informative interesting insights from a wide variety of insiders as well as men with general style. I’m very impressed with the guest selection.
I’m learning so much about how deep menswear can go. The guests are very insightful and intriguing!