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post #61 of 85
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Just watched the last two episodes (not sure how i missed the first one), they have gotten really great. A great blend of information and entertainment. It really hits the perfect pitch. Can't wait for more.

Thank you kindly! We're going to try to get out S2E4, which was also shot in London, within a few weeks.
post #62 of 85
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It is indeed. We'll have another episode from London in a few weeks, with a lot of other cool stuff.
Absolutely Awesome - thanks so much.
post #63 of 85
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S2E4 of PTO... I think it might be our best yet.
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Put This On, a web series about dressing like a grownup, visits London, where we visit with a few of the distinctive personalities that help make London a special place.
Guy Hills makes tweeds with the colors of the London streets- including reflective stripes for cyclists.

David Saxby went from being a vintage dealer to recreating traditional styles in his own factories with the workers who’d been laid off as clothing manufacture left England.

We visit Cordings, an unusual outdoor clothing store that Eric Clapton felt so strongly about he bought it.

And we learn a few ways to tie a scarf. Plus our sponsor, Mailchimp, and of course Rudiments with Dave Hill.
post #64 of 85

Great Episode, absolutely love the conversation with Saxby, and a surprise ending - he's a man of many talents.  

post #65 of 85
You guys do such a great job with these videos. And Saxby killing it on the guitar. I always look forward to the next episode.
post #66 of 85
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Great Episode, absolutely love the conversation with Saxby, and a surprise ending - he's a man of many talents.  

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You guys do such a great job with these videos. And Saxby killing it on the guitar. I always look forward to the next episode.

He's absolutely lovely. A charming guy.

And thank you!
post #67 of 85
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Our new episode goes up at putthison.com at 9 AM pacific, Noon eastern. It's shot in Milan (and Biella, north of Milan). Features Luciano Barbera, G. Lorenzi and more.
post #68 of 85
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Put This On is in Milan, one of the world's fashion capitals. We visit Carlo Barbera mill and Luciano Barbera, its legendary leader. We talk with the owner of the world's most remarkable men's accessory store, G. Lorenzi, and a Milanese dandy, Salvatore Battello of W-D Man. Then we show you which shoes go with which color suit, and Dave Hill offers a rudiment.
post #69 of 85
Love the series. Keep them coming.
post #70 of 85
Barberra has great style. All of the people highlighted in the episode has such a passion and love for what they do.
Another Great Episode!
post #71 of 85
I always enjoy these and this is another well made episode. The music in this one seemed especially loud, frequently overwhelming the speakers. (At times it sounded like the jazz band was trying to play Barbera off-stage.)
post #72 of 85
El Cunado asking about shoe colors!

Great ep.
post #73 of 85
really enjoyed this.
anyone got a heads-up as to where to find frames like the ones Mr. Barbera was wearing?
post #74 of 85
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Originally Posted by w.o.e.is.me. View Post

really enjoyed this.
anyone got a heads-up as to where to find frames like the ones Mr. Barbera was wearing?

A couple people have asked me this, and I don't know, so if someone does, I'd love to hear it.
post #75 of 85
Really good episode. Would love to see a longer version of the interview with Luciano sometime, if there's more of it.
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