Garmology: The joy of clothes – with Ragnhild Brochmann (S03 E11)

In a quest to lighten the mood a bit, fashion historian and national esthetician Ragnhild Brochmann visits the pod this week to talk about historical peacockery, why teens have more fun, revisiting your younger self, the codes of accessories, how the 1940s had the best garment, why finding your style isn’t the way to go and much more!

Ragnhild writes a weekly column for the Norwegian newspaper Morgenbladet, she is also on Instagram!

You can watch Ragnhild and Nick on “God Morgen Norge” here (Norwegian breakfast TV).

If you would like to support the podcast, feel free to buy the host a coffee.

And remember, while you can listen to the episode right here on the webpage (all episodes on the Garmology page), for the best experience, the podcast is also available on all the usual podcast sites, like Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts etc., just search for Garmology. This is very handy for listening via your phone while walking the dog, driving, cooking, or whatever activity you do where you want to listen to people talk about stuff.

Nick Johannessen is the host of Garmology, the editor of the WellDressedDad blog and WellDressedDad on Instagram. You can email Nick as Garmology (at)

1 Comment

  • VBM 23/11/2021 at 10:54

    Lost me at 2 minutes and 8 seconds. No diplomacy here. If I had made comments about a person’s orientation, or race, or gender, in the way your guest comments about age, I would be pilloried.


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