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Alex Crane

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42. Alex Crane: Stylish and Sustainable Clothing

On the Dogwatch

A well-cut linen shirt, an organic cotton chore coat, or an extra soft merino wool sweater and cap are perfect to wear on any Dogwatch, which makes it even more of a special opportunity that we are joined today by Alex Crane. Alex is the founder and designer of his own clothing brand, Alex Crane, that provides garments intended to help you feel breezy and look sharp at the same time. What’s more, Alex has committed to making his clothing from 100% natural materials, and by 2025 he plans to have them fully biodegradable as well. Alex sent me several items so that I could experience his work in-person, and I can say that the materials, design, and cuts of his clothing are something that anyone who loves to go from the indoors to the outdoors should consider experiencing. When he told me that their linen is grown on the coast in Normandy, France, and the fibers spent their young life looking over the English Channel, I was intrigued. Now feeling the substantial and soft fabric in my hand, the value of this super-fabric is clear–it is an incredibly low-impact fiber environmentally, only requires water and sun to grow, is antimicrobial, and is 3x as strong as cotton.In our conversation, Alex describes how he came to design clothes and the development of his brand, the features that typify Alex Crane clothing, as well as specific aspects of the materials he uses, details of design, and the fit of the offerings. This is not just a talk on clothes, though. Alex provides perspectives on books he has read, water, the roles and responsibilities of clothiers and consumers, and fittingly, even helps us think about the evolution of beauty.So sit back and join us as we think about all the joy and comfort that can come from natural things.

1hr 2mins

29 Jul 2022

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#22 Alex Crane, Managing Director at Cushman & Wakefield

Vietnam Innovators

Vietnam’s real estate market continues a positive run amidst the economic hardships brought by the pandemic. The demands for residential, office, industrial, and hospitality spaces have grown tremendously, with new developments selling out fast. According to Cushman & Wakefield, while foreign investors are one of the factors pushing the market, the majority of the growth comes from Vietnamese citizens. In today’s episode of Vietnam Innovators, Hao Tran and Alex Crane, Managing Director at Cushman & Wakefield, talk about demand drivers for the expanding property market.This episode is brought to you by OfficeHaus.


9 Apr 2021

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Who's Flying the Plane?

I spoke to Alex about his clothing designs, running a global business, and what it's like living in New York through the pandemic and protests. Hidden Gem: https://carolinezhurley.com


14 Jul 2020

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069 - Alex Crane


My guest this week is Alex Crane, founder of his eponymous label. Alex and I discuss his concept of hustling with joy, why he sells his clothes at a farmers market, and where his “linen state of mind” originates. ** alexcrane.co NYT Piece - https://nyti.ms/2xw1V9q ** This episode is sponsored by Away Travel -- Save $20 off your purchase with promo code BLAMO ** Follow Blamo! on Instagram and Facebook


1 Oct 2018

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