The Ponytail Show: Amy Leverton

Amy Leverton, author of ‘Denim Dudes’ and ‘Denim Dudettes’, has been working in the denim industry since 2003. She spent her career as denim and casual wear designer, as well as trend forecasting and consultancy. She has worked for the two world’s leading trend forecasting sites; WGSN and Styles...

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: 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: 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: David Gensler

David Gensler is founder of the Vanish brand, a cultural platform he likes to call ‘curated escapism’ that helps inspire people to get into the great outdoors. Today we chat about his multi-faceted career and how FISHING called him to action! Our theme music is by the talented E.L.Mahon. Pon...

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: Bob Frankel

Let's talk about industrial hemp !!! Today on the podcast, Bob Frankel from Jungmaven is up to chat about the wonders of hemp as a fabric, as a crop, and a niche industry with just a handful of countries that actually grow this modest fibre. We also touch on how the radical brand has been naviga..…

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: Rohan Anderson

Rohan Anderson is author of 'Whole Larder Love', 'A Year of Practiculture', and 'Grow Hunt Cook'. His ideas originally grew roots in blog form, 'Whole Larder Love', a journal of hunting, gathering, and self sufficiency. More recently, he has established another online space, 'The Searched', docu..…

The Ponytail Show: Belinda Baggs

Today for World Oceans Day I'm stoked to have Belinda Baggs on the podcast. Belinda Baggs is a global surf activist dedicated to campaigning on the issue of climate change. She is a trailblazing female longboarder, surf ambassador for Patagonia, and the first woman on the cover of Surfer's Journal…

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: YUMIKO SAKUMA

My friend Yumi in New York inspires me very much. She has a keen eye for emerging cultures and a good compass for navigating the world's ever-changing behaviour. I like how she asks what of change means for us regular folk, and with that curious mind of hers, she has even brought cross-cultural ta…