The Ponytail Show: Eric Kvatek

Today on the show I'm chatting to my photographer buddy Eric Kvatek about his recent travels to Southeast Asia for W'menswear and Kapital; his early work as a photojournalist; zombie apocalypse escape plans; and the creative process. You can see Eric's work here. Also, shoutout to E.L. Mahon fo...

The Ponytail Show: Eric Kvatek

Eric Kvatek is a documentary and fashion photographer based in New York. He is well known for his iconic shots for clients like Kapital, 45RPM, Free People, Replay, Billionaire Boys Club, amongst others. His work can be found here. Our theme music is by E.L. Mahon Ponytail Journal · The P...

The Ponytail Show: Estelle Bailey-Babenzien

It's a pleasure to have Estelle Bailey-Babenzien on the podcast today. Estelle is founder of The Dream Awake, a full service Interior Architecture and Experiential Design studio; and co-founder of Noah, a socially conscious clothing brand that focuses on an uncompromising pursuit of quality, in...

The Ponytail Show: John Dennis

Today on the show we're looking at the world through John Dennis' glasses. His creative Universe, 'Sam Roberts LA' was named after his son. John's world is a rich spectrum of found objects, given new life by his team of artisans in California. His tools are relics from the past: counter cultures.…

The Ponytail Show: Vintage Military with Jeremy Smith

Jeremy is co-founder of Standard & Strange, a retailer of high-end and artisan made menswear based in Oakland, California. This episode we compare notes on military pieces from our vintage collections, and dive into why we are so fond of uniforms. Our theme music is by E.L. Mahon The Ponytail...

The Ponytail Show: Vex Ruffin

Vex Ruffin makes ‘Original Pilipino Music’ (OPM) which dives into his relationship between Filipino and American culture. His music is a beautiful space where Filipino values meet the Californian way of life, and where family relationship is core. Represented by Stones Throw Records, his new album..…

The Ponytail Show: Tin and Ed

Tin and Ed are Australian artists and creative technologists based in New York. They use art to envision the world through a lens of interconnectedness. They are current members of NEW INC, the art and technology incubator run by the New Museum. Our theme music is by E.L. Mahon. Ponytail Jo...

The Ponytail Show: Spencer Barksdale

Spencer Barksdale was designer at Levi Strauss & Co., and senior design director at Tommy Hilfiger before starting his own brand Heehaw Melancholy in 2000. He later went on to work at Calvin Klein Jeans before his 15 year career at Ralph Lauren where he was VP of Denim Design. Back in 2015, we met..…

The Ponytail Show: Sakson Rouypirom

Today I'm stoked to chat to Sakson Rouypirom about how we can help our communities' most vulnerable from the ground up. Saks is social entrepreneur behind the Sati Foundation, a grassroots non-profit addressing healthcare and education needs for underserved and at-risk youths in Thailand. He is a..…

THE PONYTAIL SHOW: FOREST ECKLEY

Forest Eckley is co-founder of Glasswing Shop in Seattle, a community-focused retailer of artisanal clothing and objects. He and his collaborators also run a plant shop called Glasswing Greenhouse; Canyon Creek Cabins - a cabin retreat in the nearby mountains; and make furniture under the name Brac…

The Ponytail Show: Phil Matarese

Phil Matarese is a writer, director, animator, and comedian. He is co-creator of the animated series, 'Animals' on HBO, and author of 'Horn If You're Honky' published by Rahway Press. It's well worth checking out his web series 'Keebler', band called 'Phils Pills', and prolific chip review seri...

The Ponytail Show: Ouigi Theodore

Ouigi Theodore is founder of The Brooklyn Circus, a New York men's brand that finds inspiration in the pages of history books. Our theme music is by E.L.Mahon. Ponytail Journal · The Ponytail Show - Episode 28: Ouigi Theodore