Step into the vibrant and dynamic world of fashion, design, and unparalleled creativity with Blamo!, the podcast that invites you to journey alongside host Jeremy Kirkland as he unveils the stories, inspirations, and craftsmanship of visionaries shaping the world of fashion and culture.
Get ready for an immersive exploration of the fashion and culture realm that goes beyond the surface and delves deep into the minds behind the garments, music, and the things we all can't get enough of.
PATREON PREVIEW - Die, Workwear! - On Men's Fashion Week
Derek and Peter chat about the recent men’s fashion shows in Milan, Paris, and Pitti and dig through what they’re vibing with. It's all in there, from trench coats to Todd Snyder’s Pitti Debut.
Last but not least, on "Hey, Nice Pants!" they both share what has been inspiring them and what they're into this week.
All good things! Dig in!
My guest this week is American singer and songwriter Jason Isbell.
Jason is a 6x Grammy award-winning musician and happens to love clothes as much as the rest of us.
We chat wearing cool hats in the carpool line, listening to music with his daughter, loving Randy Newman, playing in front of Paul McCartney, fast fashion, wearing Rick Owens with the fam, and Dumble amps.
Alynda Segarra (Hurray for The Riff Raff) and The Past is Still Alive
My guest this week is the artist Alynda Segarra of Hurray for The Riff Raff.
Alynda and I chat about their new album, The Past is Still Alive, getting fits off on the road, too many voice notes, entering the tailored era, Fran Lebowitz, Andre 3000 and vibe music, leaning on stress, oversized western wear, good smelling candles, and The Clash.
PATREON PREVIEW - Die, Workwear! - Emotional Durability
Discussions about sustainability often focus on the production end, probing questions such as how things are made and which materials are used. But a big part of this story is how consumers discard stuff they no longer enjoy using. In this episode, Peter and Derek borrow Jonathan Chapman's term "emotional durability" to talk about how we may be able to find clothes that make us as excited in ten years as they do today.
Christopher Gove of Percival
My guest this week is Christopher Gove, founder of Percival.
Christopher and I chat about their recent popup in NYC, getting basics right, fake hardcore fans, the influencer world, spicy takes, getting fits off in the pickup line, commercial vs creative, and the multi-year plan.
PATREON PREVIEW - The JJJ Show - “F—k Clothes, Gimme Pizza”
We’re back with some listener feedback; Jian shares his thoughts on Milan and Paris, and we talk about the recent men’s shows, Pharrell Vuitton, fit interventions, True Detective, and late-night snacks.
ITS ALL IN THERE!
Late to finding Blamo! but really glad I did. Jeremy does such a great job as host and the selection of guests is amazing. Absolutely my favorite pod right now!
Don’t bother with this show if you actually want to hear an episode, you have to pay their Patriot fee to do that
If I need to pay say so at the beginning.
If this is to a pay to listen podcast say so at the beginning so I do not waste my time by having it cut off mid sentence half way through.