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Sam Way; singer/songwriter
Our ninth guest is singer/songwriter Sam Way. Signed to Models1, Sam is a wordsmith based in London’s East End who has made a name for himself both in style and in music. In recent years, Sam has immersed himself in his music and song writing with tracks such as Reflections, Heroes and Dance Monkey. From my home in Bloomsbury I speak to Sam in the Cotswolds to discuss his music, our capital in these uncertain times and his latest single ‘Give Me Something’.
Oliver Proudlock; designer and entrepreneur
Our eighth guest is designer and entrepreneur Oliver Proudlock. Oliver is the founder of jewellery and urban apparel label Serge DeNimes. Founded in 2011, the label brings together Oliver’s two greatest passions: fashion and art. Away from his life as a designer, Oliver has become a familiar face on London’s menswear scene having become a regular collaborator with designers and creatives throughout our capital. In this episode, we discuss his passion for design, art and in living in our Capital.
Bradley Wiggins; former road and track racing cyclist
Our seventh guest is road and track racing cyclist, and five times Olympic gold champion Sir Bradley Wiggins. Now retired, Bradley competed professionally between 2001 and 2016. Having became the first British winner of the Tour de France, he has earned international recognition, receiving a Knighthood in 2013 for services to cycling. Away from his life as an athlete, Bradley has developed a passion for clothing under the guidance of friend and tailor, Mark Powell. In this panel discussion, we discuss cycling, London, menswear and tailoring in our Capital.
*Warning explicit language
Gary Kemp; musician, songwriter and actor
Along with his bandmates, during the 80s Spandau Ballet rose to became a household name, launching Gary Kemp’s career as a successful musician and well respected songwriter. Away from his life in the music industry, Gary has developed a passion for spending time on two wheels while keeping up with regular training sessions at Fitzrovia’s PerformancePro. In our sixth episode, Gary tells us of his passion for cycling and the balance of living in our Capital in a panel discussion with Detox Kitchen’s Rob Hobson and PerformancePro founder Anthony Purcell.
Mark Powell; tailor & Sohoite
Mark is nothing short of a legend in Soho and the tailoring world. Having established himself as one of Central London’s leading bespoke tailors and a figurehead of British fashion, his panache as a designer has led to him becoming a recognisable and respected figure in our capital.
Hannah Watson; publisher & gallerist
Our fourth guest Hannah Watson is a leading publisher and gallerist. Founder of Trolley Books and TJ Boulting, Hannah specialises in reportage, contemporary art, and photography.