Garmology is a podcast about our clothes, old and new, how they are made, the impact they have, from a perspective of buying, wearing, collecting, evaluating and appreciating. With interesting guests, the aim is to provide a non-fashion view on the world of our clothes. Expect plenty of opinions, but pretty much no mention of tailoring or pocket squares. Garmology is researched, booked, hosted, edited, published, paid for and everything else by Nick Johannessen. There is no advertising or sponsorship, but you are welcome to support the podcast at buymeacoffee.com/garmology Garmology theme music by Fabian Stordalen.
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I follow him on Instagram and am happy to hear his podcast. He has a nice range of guests and an interesting array of topics. Rock on!
Absolutely wonderful podcast that encourages us to think differently about clothes and the clothes industry. I love the rolling conversations and the thought - provoking ideas about this industry. I came here because of an Instagram post. So glad I did as it’s such a different show than all the rest
Definitely an essential resource when it comes to in-depth knowledge about clothing, textiles, production, supply chains, small business, quality, longevity and so on brought to you by the makers and doers themselves!
If you are tired of the same old fashions being doled out by the fast fashion industry and would like to hear from makers of sustainable wear than this is the podcast for you. The host is well versed in fashionable, sustainable wear and delves not only into fashion with his guests but also the social and economic impact that face smaller producers of sustainable clothing. Quite entertaining.
So many brands I buy or follow are covered in this show and it’s great to hear from the creators. It always makes me like them more if I’m honest. Wonderful hearing their inspiration.
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Garmology launched 2 years ago and published 95 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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