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Garmology podcast: Accessorize this – With Richard Tyler (S03 E01)


First out in season 3 of Garmology is Richard Tyler of Men’s Accessories company Tyler & Tyler. Tyler & Tyler comes from the stable of a British family-controlled business that has been manufacturing in Birmingham since 1908. They design and make all the extra shiny finishing touches such as cufflinks, tie clips, blazer buttons and lapel pins. They also offer…

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Garmology podcast: Wooster on menswear – With Nick Wooster


An icon of men’s style, fashion business guru, the face of #menswear, a voracious collector of garms and a non-fungible digital Lego figure. Nick Wooster is the guest of this weeks Garmology! We talk about his early days longing for a cashmere sweater in Salina, Kansas, moving to New York and eventually scaling the grades within fashion, the randomness of…

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Garmology podcast: A life for design – With Mark Larese-Casanova


This weeks guest is Mark Larese-Casanova, an old friend of mine from the heady days of menswear forums. Mark is a fellow fan of well-made, well designed and interesting menswear, so much so that he has recently changed from being in front of students to becoming a student. We talk about making garments and how knowledge changes your perspective on…

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Well Dressed Dad on God Morgen Norge!


Well, yesterday was a strange day. As some of you may have gathered already, I was on Good Morning Norway, the national breakfast TV show, talking about menswear, tweed and how small the planes that fly to the Hebrides are. To be honest, I was pretty nervous about the whole thing and barely remember what I said. It turned out…

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My interview in the Norwegian newspaper VG / MinMote


I was interviewed for MinMote, the style section of VG, one of the largest newspapers in Norway last weekend. Given the positive feedback and interest shown, I thought I’d share a translation.   The original can be read in MinMote here. And yes, it was pretty strange to be near the top of the front page of a newspaper roughly…

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