A podcast talking to some of the world's most stylish people exploring why they wear what they do.
Ep. 35 - Ethan M. Wong
My guest this week is Ethan M. Wong (@EthanMWong). Ethan is a photographer, podcaster, video game professional, and above all a menswear enthusiast.
Ep. 34 - Mats Wallin
On the podcast this week, we speak with Mats Wallin (@when_in_stockholm), a creative director at an advertising agency based in Stockholm, Sweden.
I discovered Mats while pursuing Instagram for great men’s style and found a couple outfits on his brad new account. His stark white hair and Mad Men inspired aesthetic instantly attracted me to his page and I wanted to learn more about the man behind the gram.
Today on the show I chat with Mats about his initial interest in clothes, his thoughts on a well curated wardrobe, and what inspired him to start posting his outfits on Instagram.
Ep. 33 - Matt Hranek, Founder/Editor of Wm Brown Magazine
Our first guest of season 2 of the How I Suit Up podcast is Matt Hranek, founder and editor of Wm Brown Magazine (@wmbrownproject). Matt is a multifaceted individual, having been a published author, editor, part-time photographer, and occasional television host.
As you may have guessed, Matt is one stylish guy. A glance at his Instagram page often features him wearing an exceptionally tailored suit, a classic car, a piece of meat, and of course, a negroni. Both his feed and magazine are an aspirational vision board for life; and what I admire most about Matt is how he transports his audience into his well-curated universe.
Today on the show I chat with Matt about his earliest interest in clothes, his thoughts on the future of menswear, and why he needs people to stop asking him what to wear.
See You in September
This week I wanted to chat you with you about the future of the show. For the month of August, we will be taking some time to recharge, refresh, and refuel before we resume in September for season two of the show.
On top of that I will be designing the Mr. Cavaliere Fall/Winter 2021 Lookbook collection and need some time to explore cloth and put my designer hat on.
One question that we have asked every single one of our guests thus far is what will men's style look like in a post-Covid world. The answer is is up in the air and the debates have been interesting to say the least. My hope is that we all get to enjoy the clothes we love with the people we care about as soon as possible.
As you know I started the pod to celebrate mens style as well as to learn the lessons and hear the stories from the world most stylish people. That said 32 episodes in and we’ve learnt about what works and doesn’t work and how to bring a much better experience to you the listener.
We can’t wait to show you what we have in store. so until then enjoy your summer and I will see you in September.
Ep. 32 - Nick Wooster
On this week's episode, I chat with Nick Wooster (@NickWooster). Nick is a self proclaimed Free Agent and one of the unintentional forefathers of the hashtag menswear movement. Nick is a 35+ year fashion executive that has worked for the likes of Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Calvin Klein, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Thom Browne just to name a few.
It wasn’t until he caught the attention of street style photographers that Nick gained global notoriety. His distinctive style, steel grey hair, and colourful tattoos have amassed Nick with just under 1 million Instagram followers as well as thousands of brands begging for the Wooster signature of approval. Today on the show I chat with Nick about his earliest interest in clothes, his thoughts on the future of menswear, and some tips on expressing your creativity through uniformity
Ep. 31 - Chayanne Muñoz
On this week's episode, I speak with Chayanne Muñoz (@ChayanneMunoz). Chayanne is a custom menswear professional based in Miami, Florida. His job is to guide men looking for suits while improving their style and personal appearance.
Chayanne rocks pleats like no one else, mixing modern menswear with classic style, leaving a look to admire. What I love most about Chayanne's style is how impeccably everything drapes off his 6 foot 4 physique. Today on the show I chat with Chayanne about his approach to dressing a client, his thoughts on the future of menswear, and some tips on adding some tailoring to your wardrobe.
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!