In our podcast series, we interview some of the most interesting people working and participating in the denim and apparel world today.
We’re back! Unfortunately a lot of other brands and retailers aren’t. In this Heddels podcast reboot, David talks with writer Albert Muzquiz on his articles following the fallout of Covid-19 on the clothing business (spoiler: it hasn’t been great). Then we have a lengthy chat with all-around denim renaissance man Mohsin Sajid about his 20 year career designing, consulting, and educating about all things indigo, including his latest push for a greater use of hemp in the textile industry.
Also, take 10% off your next purchase at the Heddels Shop this week with the code BLOWOUT, including our newly stocked Waltzing Matilda sandals. Handmade in Maine from Horween Chromexcel leather, these are flip flops that will last you for many many seasons.
You can find Albert’s articles here:
- CARES Act
- J.C. Penney
- Brooks Bros.
- Plus here’s our list of BIPOC-owned brands and retailers
You can find Mohsin’s vintage sewing machine piece here, his webinar on hemp in denim, and check out his brand Endrime. If you’ve got questions, comments, or want to submit your own industrial audio, email us at blowout [at] heddels [dot] com. See you (probably) next week!