Sew & Tell

Premiere DateMar 22, 2013
Categories Media Talk
00:00 DJ Marie (Underneath: Boys in the Woods Fol Chen)
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02:57 Interview with Zen Pomazi of Greenwich Vintage
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18:02 DJ Marie
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19:23 Sun, Arise! (An Invocation, An Introduction) Phosphorescent
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22:24 Ride On / Right On Phosphorescent
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26:00 DJ Marie
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27:05 Interview with Zen Pomazi
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34:37 DJ Marie
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36:14 Just Make It Stop Low
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40:12 What's What I Do Last Good Tooth
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44:17 DJ Marie
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44:48 Fashion Update with Dane
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57:27 DJ Marie
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58:18 You Are The Generation That Bought More Shoes And You Get What You Deserve (Crews Against The Consumisno Ext. Version) Johnny Boy
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62:14 Finish
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Let’s hear it for the boys! This week’s show is a celebration of stylish details for men, courtesy of master cobbler Tamas “Zen” Pomazi of Minnesota-based Greenwich Vintage. He and business partner Max Miller have created a beautiful empire, dedicated to exquisitely restored and resoled vintage shoes, as well as limited edition collaboration garments & accessories. GV is a one-stop shop for the impeccably dressed man who appreciates great design, and on this week’s show, you’ll hear from Zen about how his dad’s vintage shoes became his new career, the colorful Greenwich Vintage signature soles, a few of Zen’s personal fashion icons, and how there comes a time when every man needs to embrace classic style and “step his grown man game up.”
We couldn’t agree more.

Plus, Dane and I dish on our own favorite footwear (as well as some guilty pleasure shoes! shhhhh…), AND tracks from this week’s new Phosphorescent and Low albums! So tune in, turn up, and ring in spring with a brand new Sew & Tell on BreakThru Radio!


Samples of Greenwich Vintage Shoes & Apparel
(All photos and graphics courtesy of Greenwich Vintage)

Greenwich Vintage x Railcar Camo Pants

Greenwich Vintage x Leatherworks Minnesota Reversible Desert Camo Braces

Stay in touch with Greenwich Vintage & watch for their upcoming new editions!
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Some of Sew & Tell’s Favorite Footwear

DJ Marie’s Everydays (the shoes she wears all the time)

Hunter Wellies

Frye Melissa Zip

Brown Suede Cowboy Boots

A summer favorite – because sometime you just need to sparkle. : )

DJ Marie’s Wishlist

I *need* a pair of Nisolo flats and/or sandals for the summer. Look how beautiful these basics are!


Sew & Tell alum Samantha Pleet just came out with a gorgeous collab line of boots with Wolverine. Not only are these beautiful shoes, each style is named after trail-blazing ladies – how cool is that!

The Earhart

The Blixen

DJ Marie’s Guilty Pleasure

Don’t judge! I swear I don’t wear them anymore…

Dane’s Everydays

The beautiful, versatile Timberland Earthkeeper 2.0

J. Crew Desert Boot

The whole collection

Dane’s Wishlist

A John Varvatos Black Wingtip Buck

Dane’s Guilty Pleasure

Adidas Marshall Arts shoes… just throw them out, already, Dane!

If you’re a Pin-head like we are, you’ll definitely want to check out the newly renovated (and Dane-curated) BreakThru Radio Pinterest account! And don’t forget to follow me, DJ Marie, as well; you’ll find regular style inspiration pins, recipes, and generally gorgeous everything on both pages!

Entertaining Odds & Ends
*Check out the Nicholas Kirkwood F/W 2013 Collection – ready for MoMA, no? Dane’s fave is his take on the classic tuxedo flat, and I’m mesmerized by the beautiful velvet pumps with gold heels & fishtail-esque mesh detail. What’s your favorite? Share below in the comments, or on the Sew & Tell Facebook page!
*The Museum at FIT is running not one, but TWO great footwear exhibits, one on boots, the other on shoes. You’ll get a up-close tour through the history of shoes, and see some amazing examples of work from past designers! But hurry – both exhibits close in early April.
*And check out this video of J. Crew’s creative director & fashion darling, Jenna Lyons, who gives you a guided tour of her personal shoe collection (289 pairs!)


Fol Chen
(Photo by Juliana Paciulli)
March 15 – 19 – Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival – Hot Springs, AR
March 19 – Schuba’s Tavern – Chicago, IL
March 20 – Vaudeville Mews – Des Moines, IA
March 22 – Hi-Dive – Denver, CO
March 24 – Barboza – Seattle, WA
March 26 – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR
March 28 – Bottom of the Hill – San Francisco, CA
March 29 – Bootleg Theater – Los Angeles, CA
April 2 – Black Cat Backstage – Washington, D.C.
April 3 – Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA
April 4 – Glasslands Gallery – Brooklyn, NY
April 5 – Monkey House – Burlington, VT
April 6 – Casa Del Popolo – Montreal, Quebec
April 7 – The Drake Hotel – Toronto, Ontario
April 9 – Great Scott – Allston, MA


Phosphorescent
(Photo by Dusdin Condren)
March 25 – Johnny Brenda’s – Philadelphia, PA
March 26 – Rock & Roll Hotel – Washington, D.C.
March 27 – Club Cafe – Pittsburgh, PA
March 28 – The Bishop – Bloomington, IN
March 30 – Hi-Dive – Denver, CO
April 1 – Urban Lounge – Salt Lake City, UT
April 3 – The Casbah – San Diego, CA
April 5 – Troubadour – West Hollywood, CA
April 6 – The Independent – San Francisco, CA
April 8 – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR
April 9 – Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room – Seattle, WA
April 12 – Turf Club – St. Paul, MN
April 13 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
April 15 – Horseshoe Tavern – Toronto, Ontario
April 16 – Petit Campus – Montreal, Quebec
April 17 – Brighton Music Hall – Allston, MA
April 18 – The Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY
May 7 – The Ruby Lounge – Manchester, United Kingdom
May 10 – Bitterzoet – Amsterdam, Netherlands
May 11 – Berghain Kantine – Berlin, Germany
May 12 – Blue Shell – Cologne, Germany
May 14 – Espace B – Paris, France
May 15 – Village Underground – London, United Kingdom
May 16 – 18 – The Great Escape – Brighton, United Kingdom


Last Good Tooth
(Photo via LGT Facebook)
April 4 – Higher Ground – Burlington, VT
April 5 – The Met – Pawtucket, RI
April 9 – Lilly’s Pad – New Haven, CT
April 10 – Fed Live – Harrisburg, PA
April 11 – Club Cafe – Pittsburgh, PA
April 12 – The Ark – Ann Arbor, MI
April 13 – The Bishop – Bloomington, IN
April 16 – The Southern Cafe & Music Hall – Charlottesville, VA
April 17 – Strange Matter – Richmond, VA
April 18 – The Saint – Asbury Park, NJ
May 6 – The Earl – East Atlanta, GA
May 8 – Bottletree Cafe – Birmingham, AL
May 11 – Stubb’s BBQ – Austin, TX
May 16 – Etown Hall – Boulder, CO
May 22 – The Satellite – Los Angeles, CA
May 23 – The Independent – San Francisco, CA

Host Britt
Britt (formerly DJ Marie) has a passion for all forms of art, as well as for the creative process. She has a BA in Communications/Theater and a Post-Bacc in Photography from Maine Media Workshops. Britt began…

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