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With the global media landscape so blighted by fake news, facile content and wilfully confrontational journalism, there’s an authentic moral integrity about Blamo!, the podcast founded by Jeremy Kirkland in 2016 that ploughs the fertile field of menswear via interviews with the big hitters who drive its evolution. This is because, for Kirkland — whose childhood-onwards fashion smarts were honed and smelted during a period working with Mark Cho at The Armoury — the truth is far more engaging than fabrication or sensationalism.

The philosophy underlying Blamo! has made it the perfect platform for guests such as Nick Sullivan, Josh Peskowitz, Michael Bastian, Alan Flusser and The Rake’s founder and Editorial Director, Wei Koh, to share candid, lucid insights into their journeys and style philosophies to dedicated listeners who relish the show’s refreshingly congenial tone and positive approach to its subject matter.

Leaping on the opportunity to reverse traditional roles and put Blamo!’s eternally

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