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2. Bruce Pask on Vanity Fair with Annie Leibovitz

Photographic Memory with GarçonJon

Episode 2. Bruce Pask explores his Photographic Memory: Annie Leibovitz's Vanity Fair cover shoot with the cast of Friends. Bruce Pask, the Fashion Director for Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus discusses his styling work with celebrities including Adrien Brody, Brad Pitt, Jack Nicholson, Jennifer Aniston and Tom Cruise.In conversation with Vogue, Mr Porter & New York Times photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce aka GarçonJon. Find more info on the guests and photographs mentioned in this episode below:Web:https://photographicmemory.show/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/garconjon/

48mins

31 Mar 2021

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A business model upgrade, with Bruce Pask, Adam Alexander Bach, and Andreas Palm

Scandinavian MIND

We revisit a roundtable talk originally recorded for the Italian trade show Pitti Uomo and their digital platform Pitti Connect. Panellists are:Bruce Pask, Men’s Fashion Director, Bergdorf Goodman & Neiman MarcusAndreas Palm, Co-Founder and CEO, CDLPAdam Alexander Bach, Co-Founder and CEO, MismoThis panel talk is moderated by Konrad Olsson.Sign up to our newsletter at scandinavianmind.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

45mins

26 Mar 2021

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The Dropcast #104: The Dropcast Pitchfest #2 with Bruce Pask and Dertbag's Phil Post

Highsnobiety Podcasts

Jian DeLeon and Noah Thomas start off this week’s very special Dropcast episode from their respective home offices. The hosts are joined by Philip Post, the founder of Dertbag, and Bruce Pask, the Men's Fashion Director at Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus, who give advice and feedback to upcoming designers. Make sure to stick to the end as we announce the winner of our “New Shoe, Who Dis?” giveaway.Philip and Bruce perform a quick Vibe Check by sharing their work from home situations before moving into the quick hits, Covid-19 edition. With luxury houses including Balenciaga and Saint Laurent producing surgical masks in their French workshops in order to fulfill escalating demands, the cast speaks on the industry’s cooperative attitude and how situations such as this serve as important reminders of fashion’s sense of community (4:30).Up-and-coming designers definitely came through by sharing their brands on the Dropcast hotline for this episode’s Question of the Week (QOTW), and the pitchathon sees the top three featured in no particular order (15:37). First up is Tombogo with a mission to construct character through the design process. Tombogo’s designer sees the brand as a reflection of himself as well as the world, an experiential learning outlet for him to think outside the box. Jian’s drawn to Tombogo’s originality and clear identity, which Philip believes will allow the brand to explore new grounds whether it be streetwear or potential collaborations with unconventional partners such as NASA.Up next is Crescente Patricio, an upcycled denim brand based in Dallas, Texas (21:43). By adopting the approach of an indie rapper, Crescente Patricio’s designer began making “clothing mixtapes” to get his name out. His designs are centered around this concept, with each “mixtape” and piece having their own titles and stories, resulting in narrative-driven clothing. The cast is all for Crescente Patricio’s strong silhouettes, contrasting details, and overall presentation. Bruce makes a note on the importance of sustainability, which is reflected in both brands so far, leading to agreement that sustainability is sure to become an intrinsic component of design.Flyson is a brand fusing elegance with sporty elements with an overall focus on providing complete looks rather than individual pieces to convey its idea of a modern uniform (28:08). The brand draws inspiration from both the tangible and intangible, including extreme sportswear, aerospace suiting, and architectural references to popular culture. Noah and Jian are impressed with Flyson’s debut pieces, which Bruce believes are diverse yet cohesive. Flyson’s uniform concept is one of its strong suits, quite literally, as the cast comments on the importance of establishing a clear identity and fashion universe for consumers to dive into.A Dropcast episode isn’t complete without a segment of “What’d You Cop?” (44:30). Philip’s practical cops include protection for his kicks, and they double as inspiration for his next collection when the world is up in flames. Bruce picked up an Officine Generale chore jacket from his plug in preparation for the spring and summer, and Jian was gifted this episode’s “Mule of the Week,” the Neighborhood UGGs, a pair of cozy shearling-lined slippers perfect for the quarantine life.On that note, Jian announces the winner of our “New Shoe, Who Dis?” giveaway, which asked readers of HIGHStyle, Highsnobiety’s new magazine, to guess the sole of what’s been revealed to be a pair of Balenciaga sneakers (47:07).If you’re looking to add routine to your WFH situation, keep your eyes on Highsnobiety’s Instagram where next episode’s QOTW will be posted. Leave a voicemail on The Dropcast hotline at 833-HIGHSNOB (833-444-4766) for a chance to be featured in a future episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

46mins

27 Mar 2020

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The Dropcast #104: The Dropcast Pitchfest #2 with Bruce Pask and Dertbag's Phil Post

The Dropcast

Jian DeLeon and Noah Thomas start off this week’s very special Dropcast episode from their respective home offices. The hosts are joined by Philip Post, the founder of Dertbag, and Bruce Pask, the Men's Fashion Director at Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus, who give advice and feedback to upcoming designers. Make sure to stick to the end as we announce the winner of our “New Shoe, Who Dis?” giveaway.Philip and Bruce perform a quick Vibe Check by sharing their work from home situations before moving into the quick hits, Covid-19 edition. With luxury houses including Balenciaga and Saint Laurent producing surgical masks in their French workshops in order to fulfill escalating demands, the cast speaks on the industry’s cooperative attitude and how situations such as this serve as important reminders of fashion’s sense of community (4:30).Up-and-coming designers definitely came through by sharing their brands on the Dropcast hotline for this episode’s Question of the Week (QOTW), and the pitchathon sees the top three featured in no particular order (15:37). First up is Tombogo with a mission to construct character through the design process. Tombogo’s designer sees the brand as a reflection of himself as well as the world, an experiential learning outlet for him to think outside the box. Jian’s drawn to Tombogo’s originality and clear identity, which Philip believes will allow the brand to explore new grounds whether it be streetwear or potential collaborations with unconventional partners such as NASA.Up next is Crescente Patricio, an upcycled denim brand based in Dallas, Texas (21:43). By adopting the approach of an indie rapper, Crescente Patricio’s designer began making “clothing mixtapes” to get his name out. His designs are centered around this concept, with each “mixtape” and piece having their own titles and stories, resulting in narrative-driven clothing. The cast is all for Crescente Patricio’s strong silhouettes, contrasting details, and overall presentation. Bruce makes a note on the importance of sustainability, which is reflected in both brands so far, leading to agreement that sustainability is sure to become an intrinsic component of design.Flyson is a brand fusing elegance with sporty elements with an overall focus on providing complete looks rather than individual pieces to convey its idea of a modern uniform (28:08). The brand draws inspiration from both the tangible and intangible, including extreme sportswear, aerospace suiting, and architectural references to popular culture. Noah and Jian are impressed with Flyson’s debut pieces, which Bruce believes are diverse yet cohesive. Flyson’s uniform concept is one of its strong suits, quite literally, as the cast comments on the importance of establishing a clear identity and fashion universe for consumers to dive into.A Dropcast episode isn’t complete without a segment of “What’d You Cop?” (44:30). Philip’s practical cops include protection for his kicks, and they double as inspiration for his next collection when the world is up in flames. Bruce picked up an Officine Generale chore jacket from his plug in preparation for the spring and summer, and Jian was gifted this episode’s “Mule of the Week,” the Neighborhood UGGs, a pair of cozy shearling-lined slippers perfect for the quarantine life.On that note, Jian announces the winner of our “New Shoe, Who Dis?” giveaway, which asked readers of HIGHStyle, Highsnobiety’s new magazine, to guess the sole of what’s been revealed to be a pair of Balenciaga sneakers (47:07).If you’re looking to add routine to your WFH situation, keep your eyes on Highsnobiety’s Instagram where next episode’s QOTW will be posted. Leave a voicemail on The Dropcast hotline at 833-HIGHSNOB (833-444-4766) for a chance to be featured in a future episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

46mins

27 Mar 2020

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The Dropcast #76: Reselling Slightly Used Dior Sneakers with Bruce Pask of Bergdorf Goodman & Matt Cohen of GOAT

The Dropcast

Hosts Noah Thomas and Jian DeLeon are joined by Matt Cohen of sneaker resell platform GOAT, and certified fashion GOD Bruce Pask, currently the head of men's fashion at Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus. We talk about Bergdorf Goodman and GOAT's latest collaboration: A third-floor installation of super hyped kicks you can buy off GOAT. The interior itself is part-museum, part sneakerhead-dream, and the fact that Pask lends his styling expertise to pair shoes like Sean Wotherspoon '97s with the latest tie-dye threads from Dries Van Noten speaks to how next level the store looks right now.We also switch things up by asking GOAT's Matt Cohen some fashion questions, and Bruce Pask some sneaker questions. Listen to the full episode to see how they do! And for a chance to end up in a future episode of The Dropcast, check out the Highsnobiety Instagram every Monday to see our QOTW (Question of the Week), then call The Dropcast Hotline at 833-HIGHSNOB (444-4766) and leave a voicemail. We'll be on the lookout.Bergdorf Goodman & GOAT Announce Rare Sneaker Installation for NYFW Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

33mins

13 Sep 2019

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The Dropcast #76: Reselling Slightly Used Dior Sneakers with Bruce Pask of Bergdorf Goodman & Matt Cohen of GOAT

Highsnobiety Podcasts

Hosts Noah Thomas and Jian DeLeon are joined by Matt Cohen of sneaker resell platform GOAT, and certified fashion GOD Bruce Pask, currently the head of men's fashion at Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus. We talk about Bergdorf Goodman and GOAT's latest collaboration: A third-floor installation of super hyped kicks you can buy off GOAT. The interior itself is part-museum, part sneakerhead-dream, and the fact that Pask lends his styling expertise to pair shoes like Sean Wotherspoon '97s with the latest tie-dye threads from Dries Van Noten speaks to how next level the store looks right now.We also switch things up by asking GOAT's Matt Cohen some fashion questions, and Bruce Pask some sneaker questions. Listen to the full episode to see how they do! And for a chance to end up in a future episode of The Dropcast, check out the Highsnobiety Instagram every Monday to see our QOTW (Question of the Week), then call The Dropcast Hotline at 833-HIGHSNOB (444-4766) and leave a voicemail. We'll be on the lookout.Bergdorf Goodman & GOAT Announce Rare Sneaker Installation for NYFW Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

33mins

13 Sep 2019

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048 - Bruce Pask (Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus)

Blamo!

My guest this week is the Men's Fashion Director of Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus, Bruce Pask. From the stockroom of Paul Smith to working alongside Annie Leibovitz, Bruce climbed the ladder one rung at a time. Bruce and I spoke about how he got into the fashion world and the experiences he’s had along the way. Follow Bruce on Instagram ** This episode is sponsored by Away Travel -- Save $20 off your purchase with promo code BLAMO ** Follow Blamo! on Instagram and Facebook

52mins

8 Jan 2018

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01:1 Bruce Pask

The Innovators by Scandinavian MAN

"I see Bergdorf Goodman as an organic, three‑dimensional representation of what a magazine should be.” Bruce Pask has spent his entire adult life in the fashion industry; from his first professional steps as a shop assistant at Paul Smith to his highly influential years at various editorial positions at GQ magazine. After a successful period as a freelance stylist in the 90s and aughts, during which he styled some of the most iconic Vanity Fair covers Annie Liebowitz ever photographed, he did an eight-year stint as fashion director of The New York Times' T Magazine. Today, he is men's fashion director of the most influential menswear destination in the world: Bergdorf Goodman, and recently he got appointed to the same position at Neiman Marcus. Konrad Olsson, editor-in-chief at Scandinavian MAN, met Bruce Pask in New York for a conversation on where the fashion industry is headed, and the similarities between retail and editorial. Enjoy! Thanks to Helio coworking spaces for hosting us in their pod studio. The music in the show is produced by Nils Lundberg. Follow us on Instagram: @scandinavian.man www.scandinavian-man.com

59mins

6 Jan 2018