Thom Browne on "the Treatment" podcast

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  1. southgate house

    southgate house Senior member

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    Elvis Mitchell's podcast the Treatment this month was dedicated to fashion (it's usually about film), and there are half hour long interviews with Ozwald Boeteng, the guy who designs Band of Outsiders, and now Thom Browne. I find Browne to be more interesting than the other designers listed, and the show is a pretty good listen (it's free for those with itunes). in one part, he mentions that he got his start in tailoring by buying used Oxxfords at thrift stores in LA and deconstructing them.
     
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    Sounds interesting, is there a non-iTunes link?
     
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    southgate house Senior member

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    I recently shared an elevator with Thom Browne at the flagship Brooks Brothers store in Manhattan. I introduced myself and we had a brief conversation about his new BB line. He was very nice, although I found it difficult to take seriously a man who is showing off so much calf while wearing a suit of clothes.
     
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    are there more style/fashion related podcasts??
     
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    there's a GQ podcast that can be amusing. typically involves conversations between the editors of GQ and Glenn O'Brien. it's a little basic for the style forum crowd though.

    style.com has a video podcast of women's fashion that's also fun to watch if you enjoy soundbites from editors of major fashion magazines and celebrities at runway shows. it can be really funny. but it's not men's style.
     

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