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The STANDARD H Podcast is a casual conversation about the lives of entrepreneurs and those growing companies. We discuss each guest's background in business as well as hobbies. Topics often include cars, watches, food & travel, and even architecture.

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Ep. 11 - Matt Hranek (WM Brown Project)

Matt Hranek’s bio is a lengthy one. To unfairly condense it, I could simply say he’s a photographer, author, producer, and recently launched the magazine, WM Brown. He’s somewhat of an epicurean polymath, cigar lover, wine enthusiast and arbiter of the timeless Barbour jacket. The list could certainly go on, but I’d really rather let him tell it. We talk about coffee, travel, and everything from 1960’s Volkswagen beetles to modern day Land Rovers. It was really a thrill to sit down to chat with Matt - someone many may consider to be larger than life. He’s always on the go, and he’s undeniably become one of the most influential lifestyle figures in today’s society, as we further ourselves into a digital age while still appreciating the past. This discussion felt like 15 minutes, so I think you’ll dig it. Web Links: WM Brown Magazine A Man & His Watch YOLO Journal Leica Hasselblad The Rake Sid Mashburn Jake Mueser (J.Mueser) Stephen Lewis (photographer) Baccarat Fox Brothers (Negroni Tweed) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


10 Sep 2019

Rank #1

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Ep. 14 - Jake Mueser (J. Mueser)

As a guy who has worked in apparel for roughly 20 years and certainly appreciates nice clothes and fine tailoring, there are several accounts I follow on Instagram posting men in suits - previous podcast guest Matt Hranek namely being one. Often I'd be scrolling my feed and photos of suits would stop me from going on. And a pattern began to form where I'd see the same name tagged in the photo: J.Mueser. The man behind that handle is this week's guest, Jake Mueser - a custom tailor in New York City outfitting some of the sharpest guys in the game. I had never met Jake before, but his work utterly intrigued me on a couple different levels. Not as many people are wearing suits these days. I used to joke while living in Los Angeles that there's only two people wearing suits in LA: lawyers and agents. And then there's the retail aspect. Competition is stiff with the likes of big names such as Ralph Lauren, Brooks Brothers and many others, frankly. But what I can tell you is Jake's work is different. It has its own style. We talk about skiing, punk rock, having realistic expectations makes for being a good customer, and how variety truly shapes life experience. What I really took away was when it comes to creating a bespoke suit, the art of collaboration really reigns supreme, and it's the relationship that is what connects the dots in the current digital age. I hope you enjoy all of the details discussed, because there sure are some gems in this one. Web Links:  J. Mueser Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) Savile Row Tommy Nutter Fox Flannel Harris Tweed Mezzatorre Hotel --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


1 Oct 2019

Rank #2

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Ep. 05 - Eneuri Acosta (COO of HODINKEE)

Eneuri Acosta is the Chief Operating Officer of HODINKEE - the world’s largest watch blog that is now operating a print magazine and an incredibly robust online shop. He’s seemingly always smiling, and there is just an aura of optimism about him that is almost tactile. I was enthralled with his upbringing and how he found himself as the COO of a company I have been religiously paying attention to for the better part of a decade. He’s a watch lover and a car guy, so this was truly a blast to take part in, so I hope you enjoy it, as well.  Web Links: HODINKEE Gronefeld Watches Ramapo College General Motors Concours d'Elegance Porsche A. Lange & Shohne 1815 Chronograph Audemars Piguet Code 11:59 Grand Seiko SBGW252 Rolex Explorer Reference 1016 Omega Speedmaster Porsche 356 Zagato Nomad Hotel Food Bank of New York City Madame X Bar Carbone Italian Restaurant Sadelle's Brunch Maman Bakery --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 34mins

30 Jul 2019

Rank #3

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Ep. 12 - Eric Wind (Wind Vintage)

The first episode of the STANDARD H Podcast explored a brick and mortar business within the independent watch and fine jewelry world. Today’s guest is also in the world of watches, primarily focused on servicing those interested in collecting vintage timepieces. Eric Wind, owner of Wind Vintage operates a website displaying many of his watches, however, I feel the sweet spot for Eric is his personal relationships with collectors. He’s been in the watch game for a while now, namely having cut his teeth as a writer and contributor to HODINKEE. I sat down with Eric while in New York City this past June to discuss everything from writing speeches for Angelina Jolie, to now selling watches that cost six figures. We talk about golf, as well as cars - namely Porsche and how they may just parallel the watch market and Vice versa. It seems many of you are watch fans here, and this conversation really gets into the nitty gritty of the process behind buying a vintage timepiece from one of the more reputable vintage watch dealers today. So if you’re in the hunt, this should give you a bit of behind the scenes insight. Web Links: Wind Vintage Christie’s Patek Philippe 5711 Rowing Blazers Omega Speedmaster Ultraman Saxon & Parole Fortuna Brasserie Ruhlmann  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 4mins

17 Sep 2019

Rank #4

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Ep. 08 - James Lamdin (Analog Shift)

It’s been 4 or 5 years since I met James Lamdin - founder & owner of Analog/Shift - a vintage watch dealer that started online, but is now stocking modern pieces and also works alongside shops such as Watches of Switzerland. Per usual, we first connected over Instagram, and have since met up in New York City when I’ve been in town. James was also a founding member of Red Bar Group - a Watch meetup in the NYC are that has grown to an astounding number of members and followers, all of which contribute to bolstering contributions to non-profits around their local area. James is clearly a Watch guy, but he’s also a car guy...and a car writer. He’s definitely no stranger to a good time, and our opening banter was meant for me to simply get levels for the recording, but instead I chose To leave it in as an added bonus of what can only be considered a glimpse into the personality that is James. Web Links: Analog/Shift Rolex 1675 GMT Red Bar Group Oris Diver 65 Red Bar Limited Edition Autodromo Hodinkee Worn & Wound Watchonista Revolution --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 36mins

20 Aug 2019

Rank #5

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Ep. 09 - Charles Harbison (Harbison Studio)

Charles Harbison has been a friend of mine for what's nearly been 20 years. We worked together at Banana Republic in Raleigh, North Carolina where we became fast friends. He later moved to New York to study fashion, worked as a designer at several well-respected companies such as Jack Spade and Michael Kors. He was plucked to design & launch womenswear for Billy Reid. He later left to create Harbison - his modern line of clothing and accessories known best for its color blocking, and oh yeah, being worn by the likes of one Beyonce. We talk about all of the ins and outs of starting a fashion label and what it’s like being an entrepreneur raising capital, having his lights shut off due to not being able to afford to pay his light bill, while at the same time being chosen to speak at the White House. Perpetually needing money to fuel the business would be an understatement and Charles has been through it all. If you are ever lucky enough to meet Charles, you will fast be electrified by his ear to ear grin that will no doubt be on his face, if not for his absolute enthusiasm for design, creativity and discovery. He and I grab a coffee and/or a meal at some point in my routine visits to Los Angeles, and I always depart utterly inspired. He's truly a special soul I feel so fortunate to call a friend, so I think you'll enjoy this one. Web Links: HARBISON North Carolina State University School of Textiles Parsons School of Design Stephen Burrows Just Kids (Book) Mondrian Josef Albers Brice Marden Le Corbusier Ikram Barnes Museum A Single Man (movie) Nocturnal Animals (House) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 57mins

27 Aug 2019

Rank #6

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Ep. 07 - Noah Walker (Walker Workshop)

Noah Walker is one of only a handful of working architects that has captivated me over the last decade. And I can yet again thank social media for effectively making this episode happen.  Noah and his firm, Walker Workshop, popped up on my Instagram feed several years ago and I have been a fan ever since. His ability to combine warmth with minimalism is really what draws me to his work, and in times when trends tend to become status quo, Noah’s designs truly exemplify the intersection dream and reality.  Web Links: Noah Walker Tadao Ando Kengo Kuma Peter Zumthor LACMA Louis Kahn Salk Institute James Turrell Mark Rothko Oak Pass House Frank Gehry Glenn Murcutt  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


13 Aug 2019

Rank #7

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Ep. 06 - Sean O'Connor

As I’ve gotten to know Sean O’Connor over the last few years, I can’t help but be more and more impressed by him and his accomplishments. As the founder owner & operator of Venice California-based Sean O'Connor Lighting, he has taken part in some of the most recognizable buildings in the Los Angeles area. His projects have stretched outside of the United States ranging from Europe all the way to Asia. He and his team’s talents have awarded them incredible recognition while being named among the top 3 lighting companies in the world. We talk about creativity, cars, surfing with sharks, living in a Frank Gehry duplex, and of course a bit of watch talk ensues. It was a fun chat, so I hope you agree.  Web Links: Sean O'Connor Lighting SCIARC Frank Gehry Barneys New York Peter Marino John Pawson Elle Decor Shawn Henderson Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Parsons Kansas State University Pennsylvania State University University of Colorado - Boulder --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 12mins

6 Aug 2019

Rank #8

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Ep. 10 - Max Quintavalle (Italy to the Max)

I’ve known Max Quintavalle for roughly ten years. We met in Malibu while I was working at James Perse. He’s originally from Florence, Italy, and in 2012, he started Italy to the Max - his Italy-specific travel agency catering to high net worth individuals. We talk about What it’s actually like as a foreigner moving to the United States and what it’s like dealing with immigration while trying to start a business. The importance of personal connections and networking runs throughout the episode and how those two things ended up granting him his American Dream. He’s a man of many interests, and at 6‘ 4”, fitness is sure one of them. We discuss everything from what makes a good knife to how he fell in love with Ralph Lauren’s RRL denim. If you're looking to take a vacation to Italy, Max is your guy. Web Links: Italy to the Max STANDARD H Passion Fine Jewelry Spyderco Knives RRL from Ralph Lauren --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 1min

3 Sep 2019

Rank #9

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Ep. 03 - Michelle Sakazaki (Kazumi Wines)

Kazumi Wines founder/owner, Michelle Sakazaki, has been a friend for over 10 years. It was so much fun getting to know even more about her upbringing, her work history and how she went from designing clothes for Armani to starting a wine business. We go into what it's like having grown up in Japan to being a woman in a perceived man's world within the saturated wine industry. Web Links: Kazumi Wines The 90 Plus Wine Club Marangoni Fashion Institute Wine & Spirit Education Trust Peju Province Winery Coho Wines --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


16 Jul 2019

Rank #10

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Ep. 13 - Clark Hipolito (Art Co.)

The first word that comes to mind when thinking of Clark Hipolito is "energy". I met Clark while running a clothing store in Raleigh North Carolina around 2003/2004, and I just remember him as one of the more positive energies I'd ever come across up to that point in my life. He was always the guy who gave you the hand shake followed by the bear hug and simply walked with an air of confidence, yes, but more importantly: positivity and enthusiasm. As the owner of The Art Company, he's an artist both of projects small and huge, both literally and figuratively. He's done small pieces for friends, he's painted standard polyurethane surfboards to look like they were made from wood...he's done murals on the sides of music venues while at the same time hand-picked to do a mural inside the Carolina Hurricanes arena when they first came to town. His road was paved, however, when a local restaurateur came calling which was piggybacked by a little show called Sex & the City. You can absolutely feel his energy when listening to him speak in this episode. His passion and ever-present drive to do what he loves is clear, and he's honestly one of a handful of people I try to see when I go back home to North Carolina. We talk about cars, watches, architecture, music, wine, and of course art and the ins and outs of how exactly Clark does what he does. We talk about the recession and how having the biggest house and owning too many things isn't really cracked up to what it's made out to be. He has an unabashed honesty, he's an active guy who talks with his hands, so the mic was on the move in this one, and his dog Phyllis makes an appearance or two, but this was a fun one, so I think you'll enjoy it. Web Links: The Art Company Wine on Main Triangle Wine Experience Chris Craft Boats Maxfield Parrish Lettuce Widespread Panic Primus 9th Wonder Anderson Paak Kendrick Lamar J Cole Rapsody Reynolds Wine North Carolina Museum of Art --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 6mins

24 Sep 2019

Rank #11

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Ep. 04 - Aldo Rossi

Aldo Rossi founded his eponymous leather goods business in 2014 following a successful career as a photographer. We explore his upbringing in Paris, his time living in New York City, and his last 20 years living in the greater Los Angeles area of Topanga Canyon. We chat about assisting some of the most renowned photographers in the world and why he would begin producing products backed by the philosophy of buy less; buy better. Web Links: Aldo Rossi Bialetti Aldo Rossi (the Architect) Peter Lindbergh Bruce Weber Irving Penn  Richard Avedon Epi Leather Horween Leather --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 15mins

23 Jul 2019

Rank #12

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Ep. 15 - Josh Herman (Josh Herman Ceramics)

This week is the last for season one of the STANDARD H Podcast, but stay tuned sooner than later for season two to kick off. With that said, we end season one with guest, Josh Herman,a ceramic artist based here in San Diego, California. We met while I was working at Allen Edmonds and conversation just seemed to flow within minutes of meeting Josh. He has somewhat of a dry wit that alludes to a level of self deprivation that I appreciate while at the same time carries a certain nonchalance in his delivery that’s somewhere between humility and confidence which I also enjoy. This one takes several turns. We discuss his immersion in athletics as a child to undergoing and studying several variations of therapy all while ceramics was coming and going for Josh. We talk about the idea of how less teaching may can make you a better creative, the ins and outs of scaling a business when you’re a one man band, and also the inner struggles with whether to go on or not with the business. Self reflection and self awareness are crucial elements to this episode and how finding your tribe is so important and taking yourself too seriously won’t make you Picasso, but your experience stands a better chance of doing just that. I think you'll enjoy it. Web Links: Josh Herman Ceramics Pitzer College Radical Therapy Hypnotherapy Hakomi Therapy Chef's Table (Netflix) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 52mins

8 Oct 2019

Rank #13

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Ep. 35 - Elliot Aronow

Over the last 8 weeks or so, we’ve all been tested. These weeks have been labeled “strange times”, “uncertain times”, “unprecedented times” the list goes on...and that’s why I felt today would be a good time to release the following conversation I had with guest, Elliot Aronow. We discuss a topic that isn’t al that easy to talk about, and it can often feel like a buzz phrase, however, it certainly makes it no less important, and that’s Mental Health. I feel as though many of us experience pitfalls in life and they can certainly lead to deep depressions for some. Elliot knows all about this. As a self-described preppy punk with a childhood he labels as idyllic, Elliot became somewhat of a ring leader of “cool” in New York City in the early 2000’s. However, this was all ironically followed up by his darkest days which included starting businesses that ultimately failed. His latest business, Our Show (@ourshownyc) is a multi-pronged fork which involves one part brand consultancy, and other parts focusing on the mental health of men through its newsletter, workshops and group meetups now orchestrated through Zoom. I really enjoy Elliot’s ability to balance these heavy topics with his self-deprecating humor, allowing for a much more approachable glimpse into what can obviously be difficult topics to breach for most people. He’s an incredibly creative mind so it was especially interesting to talk about facing fears and how to over come them. [Please keep in mind none of this serves as medical advice, rather a very forthright and honest bit of story telling.] Links: STANDARD H @standardh_ Our Show @ourshownyc Passion Fine Jewelry @passionfinejewelry Independent in Time @independentintime--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


19 May 2020

Rank #14

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Ep. 34 - Paul Croughton (Editor in Chief Robb Report)

Today’s guest is Paul Croughton, the Editor in Chief of Robb Report magazine. I believe I first came across Robb Report some 25 years ago as a teenager in Raleigh, NC, dreaming of one day owning the finer things in life: expensive cars, yachts, beautiful real estate, and of course high end tailoring and accessories. I’ve never been one to obsess over these types of things for their superficial qualities, but rather their design, function, and their deliberate executions. As a sucker for details, I’ve long since been fascinated by items appreciated by people for whom money is no object. This is where my conversation with Paul comes in. Be it categorically filed under birds of a feather or some other such label, at the end of the day, Paul and I are really just geeks about product. However, as we initially journey through his upbringing and early experience, we chat rather retrospectively about house music and Blockbuster video, which then takes a turn into the motivations behind the customization of products. We of course end up discussing his role as the captain of a ship that caters to the psyche as it relates to buying the best of the very best. I thoroughly appreciate Paul’s insights on a multitude of levels and I think you will, too. Links: STANDARD H @standardh_ Robb Report Magazine @robbreport Passion Fine Jewelry @passionfinejewelry Independent in Time @independentintime --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 34mins

5 May 2020

Rank #15

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Ep. 33 - Bradley Price (Autodromo Watches)

Today’s guest is Bradley Price, who has incidentally always been into cars. As the owner/operator of the watch brand Autodromo, he has found what I believe to be the only legitimate automotive-inspired line of time pieces. I say that bc they aren’t so on the nose, while at the same time representing automotive history in a very direct way. I had not met Bradley prior to our conversation, and it ticked all the boxes and then some. He couldn’t have been more gracious with his time and I thoroughly enjoyed hearing his story. We actually discussed a wide range of topics from Michael Jordan to Ivy League educations, and of course some car talk involving BMW 2002’s and the complete back story of his very cool Ferrari 208 Dino GT4. We discuss purpose built design as well as the proliferation of micro brands within the watch industry, a world Bradley describes analogous to trees competing for light. It’s a really open and honest dialogue that I think you watch nuts will enjoy. Bradley offers a very forthright glimpse into how he began Autodromo and a detailed description of how he began collaborating with the likes of his Ford Motor Company. Links: STANDARD H @standardh_ Autodromo @autodromo Passion Fine Jewelry @passionfinejewelry Independent in Time @independentintime --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 37mins

21 Apr 2020

Rank #16

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Ep. 32 - Ryan Babenzien (Greats Shoes)

As previously stated, season 3 has been prerecorded so amidst these times of COVID-19, please note these conversations all took place prior to Social Distancing recommendations and mandates. Episode 32 hosts Ryan Babenzien, the founder of the very versatile shoe brand, Greats, which has experienced an impressive rise within the saturated market of footwear. We talk about growing up riding dirt bikes on Long Island, his 12-year stint living in Los Angeles, as well as his return to his native New York to create and organically grow one of the first digitally native brands. Having spawned from the desire to create a line of shoes representing some of the greatest silhouettes ever designed, there’s a lot we unpack including great insight as to what he’s experienced over the last 7 years and why Greats has been able to excel. I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation as it‘a the first episode that dives a bit deeper into the business side things. Ryan was incredibly gracious about the ins and outs of everything from start-up to sharing operations-based information of Greats and I can’t thank him enough for being open. We also have some fun chatting about cars and watches, of course, so stay tuned for that. Links: STANDARD H @standardh_ Greats @greats Passion Fine Jewelry @passionfinejewelry Independent in Time @independentintime --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 14mins

7 Apr 2020

Rank #17

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Ep. 31 - Phil Toledano (Mister Enthusiast)

Welp, here we are: Season 3! For those with drive, the STANDARD H Podcast is a conversation about the lives of entrepreneurs, and those who’ve been instrumental in growing companies. Season 3 will host episodes every other week: a change in what has historically been a weekly podcast. The reason is due to the pre-recorded nature of my schedule and since we will all be home for the foreseeable future, I wanted to attempt to have these extend for a longer period of time than we will be socially distancing ourselves. Fingers crossed we get back to normal sooner than later, of course. Given the current climate, I wanted to start the season with someone who often offers so much levity by way of his lightning-quick wit and his overall happy-go-lucky energy he’s exuded via his social media platforms. Of course I’m talking about Phil Toledano or as you may know him on the socials as Mister Enthusiast. Phil is a New York City-based artist (read: aaahtist) who is an avid car and watch collector. Contrary to his personality, his conceptual art regularly takes a dive into some fairly dark exploratory realms. We discuss the ins and outs of a particular project of his called “Maybe” which also inspired a documentary called “The Many Sad Fates of Mr. Toledano.” We get into some pretty deep dives of car talk and most certainly watch talk. It was a truly inspiring and a fun conversation to be a part of and I hope you all agree. I actually did something different for this one: prior to truly beginning each episode I get levels from each guest so the audio sounds ok. I left in our “lead-in” conversation only to give you a glimpse into what it’s like to hang out with Phil and to display just what a crack-up he really is. You’ll see what I mean... Links: STANDARD H https://standard-h.com/ @standardh_ Phil Toledano http://mrtoledano.com/ "The Many Sad Fates of Mr. Toledano"  (Documentary of Phil's project entitled Maybe) https://www.nytimes.com/video/opinion/100000004653100/the-many-sad-fates-of-mr-toledano.html Passion Fine Jewelry https://passionfinejewelry.com/ @passionfinejewelry Independent in Time https://www.independentintime.com/ @independentintime --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 19mins

24 Mar 2020

Rank #18

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Ep. 30 - Scott Newkirk (Tabor Charlotte)

For the final episode of Season 2 of the STANDARD H Podcast, I sat down with Scott Newkirk who grew up in Mississippi only to find out he’d become a proud D Student and a desire for something more. After a bit of time spent freelancing with retail visual work, Scott left for New York City where he quickly immersed himself into the fashion world with the likes of Barney’s & Armani. He quickly created a name for himself as a stylist, and after two decades in the city, Scott decided to take a break. After a stint back home in Mississippi, he was asked to become the Creative Director if Tabor, a menswear boutique in Charlotte, North Carolina. I had found Tabor on Instagram and paid them a visit last Fall when I was home. I must say, their merchandise was fantastic given the conservative nature of North Carolina ...and that’s not to say the assortment is even all that loud, however the labels themselves are simply those you don’t see often, if ever anywhere else in the state. So I guess I should say I was, well, proud on a certain level and was quite pleased to see the progression. Scott is incredibly hospitable as is everyone else in the shop, and I really enjoyed chatting about the ins and outs of not only his career trajectory, but also their store breathing so much life into the menswear evolution in the South. Links: STANDARD H @standardh_ @standardh_podcast TABOR @taborclt Passion Fine Jewelry @passionfinejewelry Independent In Time @independentintime --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


10 Mar 2020

Rank #19

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Ep. 29 - David Weiss (@JDWDesign)

If you’re one of the many thousands on Instagram following this week’s guest David Weiss, then you’ll already know boat design is this guy’s wheelhouse. I use wheelhouse somewhat ironically given his affinity for car design, but that’s kind of where our conversation begins. David is a Raleigh, North Carolina-based yacht designer - something he borderline fell into while wrapping up his time at North Carolina State’s Design School. We talk about his upbringing as the oldest of four kids in a home schooled household, his time working as a valet in order to drive cool cars, and how he found himself designing house boats of the future. Links: STANDARD H @standardh_ @stabdardh_podcast David Weiss @jdwdesign Passion Fine Jewelry @passionfinejewelry Independent In Time @independentintime --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


3 Mar 2020

Rank #20