The Ponytail Show: Mark Fogwell

Mark Fogwell is the man behind 'Worn Over Time', a specialist in vintage, and antique artefacts. He and his wife Lorraine search out storied objects and pass them on to others. It's a lifestyle baby! Our theme music is by E.L. Mahon. Ponytail Journal · The Ponytail Show - Episode 23: ...

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: 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: 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.…
CROWLEY VINTAGE & ANTIQUES, BROOKLYN.

CROWLEY VINTAGE & ANTIQUES, BROOKLYN.

Passion and obsession are words commonly thrown around when describing hunters and collectors of vintage clothing and antiquities. It's down right difficult to avoid it. Trying to describe Sean Crowley without using them would in fact be nearly impossible. Sean Crowley's obsession for vintage Brit..…
KIRO & ERIC’S GUIDE TO L.A.

KIRO & ERIC’S GUIDE TO L.A.

On the yearly vintage run to LA, Kapital designer Kiro Hirata starts the hunt for inspiration for his ever wild mens and women’s collections. He joins his buddy Eric Kvatek who has been shooting Kapital’s cult catalogue for over 2 decades to scour, drink, ride, roll, and side-step their way through the bountiful world of American vintage. ’Take it from here Eric
PAPA NUI SAYS … WHAT INSPIRES A VINTAGE BREATHING AUSSIE.

PAPA NUI SAYS … WHAT INSPIRES A VINTAGE BREATHING AUSSIE.

John Tesoriero lives and breathes our fundamental values about living the funnest life possible, and creating things that speak to quality, functionality, and heritage. His blog "Papa Nui Says ..." is dedicated to military, surfing, form and function, a great resource for people like us who have a passion for greatness through history. ’Oh yeah he makes beautiful things like military wear and post-war engineered surf boards so we asked him about life.
WHEN ATELIER DE L’ARMEE CAPTURED THAT SWEET SPOT IN THE UNIVERSE.

WHEN ATELIER DE L’ARMEE CAPTURED THAT SWEET SPOT IN THE UNIVERSE.

There can’t be yin without yang too far away. Elza and Joost of Atelier de l’Armee are the breed of folk who enjoy well made objects that tests the truth of time, and the pockets of fun that inspire us in life. We ’expound’ on how it takes a highly evolved human - or a fine match between two (sometimes opposing) minds - to produce a product that speaks to people today while referencing greatness through history.
SENSORY EXPERIENCE WITH OUIGI.

SENSORY EXPERIENCE WITH OUIGI.

Our senses are really important. It’s how we experience the world and colour it in unique ways. We asked Ouigi Theodore some important life questions concerning food, smells, exit plans, old stuff, and garment hardware at the Liberty Hall, Pitti Uomo FOR THE LOVE OF CURRY GOAT.
PALS AT PITTI / MICHAEL + DREW + NIGE

PALS AT PITTI / MICHAEL + DREW + NIGE

We took our pals aside at the just passed Pitti Uomo 88 to ask them some important life questions, like what they would do in case of a global zombie apocalypse.
KIRO HIRATA & ERIC KVATEK’S

KIRO HIRATA & ERIC KVATEK’S

A few weeks back I had the absolute pleasure of shooting with team Kapital for their upcoming campaign. To say the least, I w...