The Ponytail Show: Nigel Cabourn

Nigel Cabourn is an authentic British menswear designer and public figure. He joins me from his design studio in Newcastle to talk about his father who served in Burma during WWII. Our theme music is by E.L. Mahon. Ponytail Journal · The Ponytail Show - Episode 16: Nigel Cabourn

The Ponytail Show: Aaron Levine

Aaron Levine is Senior Vice President of Mens and Women's design at Abercrombie & Fitch. Check out his personal project, an internet space for industry pals to share a little goodness with the community. Our theme music is by E.L Mahon. Ponytail Journal · "The Ponytail Show" Episode 29: ...

The Ponytail Show: Carrie and Shinya Hasegawa

Carrie and Shinya Hasegawa are the founders of Battenwear, a thoughtfully designed outdoor wear brand based in the U.S. The brand makes their gear in America, and has been focused on quality, detail, and functionality since their beginnings in 2011. Our theme music is by the talented E.L. Maho...

The Ponytail Show: Mari Jacobson

Mari Jacobson is retail operations manager at Standard and Strange in Oakland, CA. She is passionate about starting a conversation on inclusivity in the denim and heritage industry. Our theme music is by E.L. Mahon. Ponytail Journal · The Ponytail Show - Episode 21: Mari Jacobson

The Ponytail Show: Max Wastler

Max Wastler founded 'All Paid Out', a blog focused on clothes and objects made with integrity, as well as the manufacture of heritage goods in America. His career has been spent building, or in many cases, re-building brands and their cultures. Our theme music is by E.L. Mahon Ponytail Jour...

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

The Ponytail Show: Spencer Barksdale is back

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. Today he is back on..…

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...
MARK AND ALAN’S FUNNEST LIFE POSSIBLE

MARK AND ALAN’S FUNNEST LIFE POSSIBLE

At Ponytail Journal we sometimes get the chance to cross paths with people who are so impassioned by their work that we are, in turn, compelled to take a snapshot. It was clear after meeting Mark Cho and Alan See, co-founders of The Armoury, that we had to take that snapshot not only of this enchanting world of menswear they have helped build upon, but the story behind it.
GROWTHRING & SUPPLIE’S KENJI WONG AND HIS FUNNEST LIFE.

GROWTHRING & SUPPLIE’S KENJI WONG AND HIS FUNNEST LIFE.

Kenji Wong’s work breathes life in Hong Kong’s unique culture through his various creative projects and intricately designed apparel and today we’ll be picking at Kenji’s brain for a little peek at what makes him tick.
NIGEL CABOURN TAKES US THROUGH THE DRAWING ROOM / J.S. HOMESTEAD

NIGEL CABOURN TAKES US THROUGH THE DRAWING ROOM / J.S. HOMESTEAD

So yes, the capsule collaboration between Nigel Cabourn and Japanese retail mountain Journal Standard is no new news but that’s not why we’re here. We’re here because our buddy Nigel himself is taking you on a tour through ’The Drawing Room’ and all the tiny details that make it so great.