Jacob Gallagher of the WSJ talks virtual fashion shows - PATREON PREVIEW
Coronavirus has upended every aspect of the fashion industry––especially runway shows. We got zoom shows, socially distanced masked models, its wild to see some of my favorite brands think fast and keep going. I’m hopeful, but not everyone is. Many critics are lamenting the in person show, but all these new formats have provided an opportunity for brands to distinguish themselves furtherJoining me to chat is Jacob Gallagher, Men's Fashion Editor of Off Duty in The Wall Street Journal.Jacob and I discuss fashion’s pivot to online only shows and how the new format is not as new as we all think.We also discuss how this scale back and lack of shows has helped democratize the medium for newer designers, and the designer he will drive across Paris for… **Listen to the entire episode on Blamo! Extra
In episode 9, Travis sits down with Jacob Gallagher, Chief Revenue Officer for the Charlotte Hornets. Jacob takes you on his journey and learnings from his time in the United States Navy, and how he applies the leadership skills he was taught during that time. Do you also want to know how to work your way up from an intern to a C-Level Executive in the same organization? Listen in as Jacob gives you his advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week we had a guest, and then we didn't, and then we called our friend Jacob Gallagher, men's fashion editor at Wall Street Journal for a check in on how he's talking about things like fashion in our current quar, but most we're just talking about the tiger show on Netflix and Chris wanting to shave his head. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support
Death by a Thousand Cuts Pt. II with Jacob Gallagher
Mr. Gallagher, tear down this paywall! We’re back in the thunderdome with Men's Fashion Editor at Off Duty for the Wall Street Journal, Jacob Gallagher, for the meat and potatoes portion of The Only Podcast That Matters™. Jimmy and Larry refuse to take their foot off the gas and are cruising through topics both big and small including, but not limited to: profiling the Throw Gang vs. WSJ readers, how to deal with hate mail, test driving berets, parallel pathing stories, new media KPIs, how to survive losing your job, the secret to getting street styled, coping with image issues as a jawnz enthusiast, menswear misconceptions, foundational advice for aspiring writers and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Death by a Thousand Cuts Pt. I with Jacob Gallagher
Welcome to the party. This week, Jimmy and Larry are joined by old friend of the pod and Men's Fashion Editor at Off Duty for the Wall Street Journal, Jacob Gallagher, for a frustrated podcast of epic proportions. Jacob hosts the boys for TF’s first ever vibe check of a guest’s crib and discusses jeans being cancelled, Supreme’s relevancy, or lack thereof, in 2020, how guys can get into tailoring, NBA fashion unfortunately going nuclear, the importance of celebrity personal style, what factors go into the sneaker hype cycle, the fit tea economy, why his DMs are always open, hip-hop’s most tragic generation and much more in part 1 of this extremely cerebral episode the The Only Podcast That Matters™. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
The Wall Street Journal's Jacob Gallagher discusses his recent piece about Tony Soprano's fashion, normcore, how Sopranos fashion has become en vogue in 2019, his favorite aspects of The Sopranos, Game of Thrones theories and more!Follow @podabing on Instagram for a pictorial and caption companion to the podcast. All archived episodes are available, for free, at https://podabing.show. Thanks for listening!
James and Lawrence dive dong-first into the thorny bush of long distance relationships, with real-time input from Intern Chuck fresh off his boo'd up holiday staycation. Then, WSJ men's style writer and friend of the pod Jacob Gallagher joins FU to discuss octogenarian internet trolls, swaggy trends for the Fail Gang, and cryptojawnz. Plus, "Captain's Log/Letters to Home" initiates Ghost Protocol as the FU squad fails their way up in the Barstool universe yet again.
My guest this week is Jacob Gallagher.Jacob is the Men's Fashion Editor of Off Duty in The Wall Street Journal. We went deep down the existential menswear rabbit hole this week! Jacob and I discussed how men's fashion has evolved and how men have changed from it.Follow Jacob on Twitter and Instagram @jacobwgallagher