20
May

jhilla:

menswearhousepodcast:

After a brief hiatus, the Menswear House Podcast returns this week with Episode Three.

This episode, Jake, Jeff, and Kyle argue what it means to be a classic American brand in the current retail market and whether or not we’re too driven by a nostalgic ideal.  Brooks Brothers, JPress, Paul Stuart, and Kamakura are all in the mix as we examine what it is these companies can do to reach new markets while still staying true to their heritage as America’s leading classic brands.

We also call our listeners lazy for liking non-iron dress shirts.  I mean, C’MON, just wear a wrinkled shirt you lazy MF’ers.

Seriously, stop wearing non-iron shirts, don’t they have Formaldehyde in them?

I’ve been a huge fan of this podcast, even though the number of episodes can be counted on a single hand. Keep it up, guys!

(via jhilla)

14
Feb
nologos:

 
Let’s try this again…
This is the first episode of No Logos, a new menswear podcast. You can download/stream the file from this link. Update: Here’s a Megaupload DL link that may be more reliable than zShare. 
We’re transparent as shit, so I’ll tell you that we’ve had reports of people downloading the file and not getting the full-length. It should be 58 minutes and 56 seconds long. Let us know if you have trouble with the file via our email (listed below.) iTunes integration is possibly coming later today. 
The first episode touches on a variety of topics including the hiking boot trend, the state of Americana and the delusions of Thom Brown. 
If you’re new to podcasts, let me just give the completely biased opinion that they’re great. They’re the perfect way to kill time while you’re stuck in traffic, on the train or at church. This first episode is, admittedly, rough but we have absolutely no idea what we’re doing and will continue to improve as the episodes churn out.
We welcome any comments or criticisms and especially style-related questions that can be answered in the next episode, hit us up at NoLogosPodcast @ gmail 

Forgot to reblog this a while back since I didn’t have time to listen to the whole thing when it debuted. Funny podcast and I really enjoyed the insightfulness toward the end. The running time was a bit long, but only because I didn’t have that amount of time to dedicate to it for a while. Regardless, I didn’t feel like my time was wasted when I was able to listen the whole way through.

nologos:

Let’s try this again…

This is the first episode of No Logos, a new menswear podcast. You can download/stream the file from this link. Update: Here’s a Megaupload DL link that may be more reliable than zShare. 

We’re transparent as shit, so I’ll tell you that we’ve had reports of people downloading the file and not getting the full-length. It should be 58 minutes and 56 seconds long. Let us know if you have trouble with the file via our email (listed below.) iTunes integration is possibly coming later today. 

The first episode touches on a variety of topics including the hiking boot trend, the state of Americana and the delusions of Thom Brown. 

If you’re new to podcasts, let me just give the completely biased opinion that they’re great. They’re the perfect way to kill time while you’re stuck in traffic, on the train or at church. This first episode is, admittedly, rough but we have absolutely no idea what we’re doing and will continue to improve as the episodes churn out.

We welcome any comments or criticisms and especially style-related questions that can be answered in the next episode, hit us up at NoLogosPodcast @ gmail 

Forgot to reblog this a while back since I didn’t have time to listen to the whole thing when it debuted. Funny podcast and I really enjoyed the insightfulness toward the end. The running time was a bit long, but only because I didn’t have that amount of time to dedicate to it for a while. Regardless, I didn’t feel like my time was wasted when I was able to listen the whole way through.

About The Silentist

A menswear blog on finding your personal style, written by Kiyoshi Martinez.

I work at Khaki's of Carmel and live in the Monterey Bay area. Formerly from Chicago.

E-mail me, I'm fairly nice: thesilentist@gmail.com

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