With a professional background spanning tech, the music business, and celebrity styling, Jeremy has spent the last 15 years in New York City as a freelance writer and menswear consultant, resulting in a long and rich history with the personalities that populate the fashion, and lifestyle industries.
My guest this week is John Demsey, beauty brand mogul, and executive group president at Estée Lauder Companies.John and I discuss what he learned from working retail jobs for a decade, how embracing hip hop’s glamour built MAC Cosmetics, how K-Pop and Tom Ford are getting men to wear makeup, and why hair and makeup are at the core of how people express themselves and how culture is formed.Follow John on InstagramNOTES(05:57) Rudi Gernreich(09:22) Cleveland’s Rock and Roll History(16:04) MAC Cosmetics(28:37) Tom Ford Beauty(35:01) K-Pop and Men’s Cosmetics(39:26) Le Labo(48:27) Edward Sexton (Blamo! Interview)**Want even more Blamo? Join the BlamFam on Patreon and get access to additional interviews, a community slack, special events, and more!
My guest this week is the actor, comedian, and writer Adam Pally. Adam and I discuss how your public persona shapes the roles you can play, why improv is for the young, parenting during a pandemic, and why you should treat everyone in your life like a celebrity.NOTES(03:14) Band Aid (trailer)(11:36) Paul Feig (Blamo! Interview)(18:23) Crocs(30:00) The Mandalorian(30:25) Robert Downey, Jr**Want even more Blamo? Join the  BlamFam on Patreon and get access to additional interviews, a community slack, special events, and more!
So you got your first watch, and you realized––holy cow, this is amazing. I'm ready to dive deeper.How on earth do you buy a vintage watch, where do you start, is it only for the super-rich? (spoiler alert: it's not.)We're joined by friend and past guest of the pod, Eric Wind, to ask these questions and the tons of questions you all have asked over the years.We discuss what you should look for when getting into vintage, great watches under 500, how to develop your style, and Eric shares his thoughts on what he feels is exceptionally overrated. It's surprising, exciting, and the first of many deep dives on Blamo! Extra.**Listen to the entire episode on Blamo! Extra
My guest this week is Joshua Kissi, co-founder of TONL and Street Etiquette.Joshua and I discuss learning from the style of Miles Davis and Duke Ellington, growing a blog into a creative agency, helping Adidas rebrand its image in America and the profound impact of changing whose stories we tell.Follow Joshua on InstagramNOTES(03:16) Jermaine Davis(04:40) Maroon World(05:43) Black Ivy(11:00) Miles Davis // Duke Ellington (12:35) Fred Castleberry (Blamo! Interview)(12:46) Ouigi Theodore of Brooklyn Circus (Blamo! Interview)(39:16) Urban Indian Health Institute(51:33) DJ Kool Hurc**Want even more Blamo? Join the BlamFam on Patreon and get access to additional interviews, a community slack, special events, and more!
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Location
Brooklyn, New York, United States of America
Episode Count
160
Podcast Count
5
Total Airtime
5 days, 18 hours