Sew & Tell: Week of 10/30/15

Premiere DateOct 30, 2015
Categories Media Talk
00:00 DJ Marie (Underneath: Down To Earth Flight Facilities)
02:42 Interview with Taylor Johnston of Gamine Co.
10:25 DJ Marie
11:58 Walk In the Park Beach House
17:09 Crown the Pines S. Carey
20:30 Near To A River Deptford Goth
25:04 DJ Marie
27:08 Interview with Taylor Johnston
36:26 DJ Marie
37:48 If The Roses Don't Kill Us Christopher Denny
40:33 Flowering Tweedy
43:18 Resurrection Fern Iron & Wine
48:05 DJ Marie
49:40 Interview with Taylor Johnston
58:27 DJ Marie
59:17 Morning Sun Strange Talk
64:24 Finish

ENCORE – Originally Aired Dec 5, 2014

This week on Sew & Tell, I’m joined by Taylor Johnston, a horticulturist at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston who, dissatisfied by the lack of stylish, durable workwear available for women, took matters into her own hands and created the perfect solution: Gamine Co. Today on the show, you’ll hear from Taylor about how fashion legend Bill Cunningham played a role in the creation of Gamine Co.; the practical and aesthetic considerations behind each Gamine Co. piece; the label’s production process, which honors historic American manufacturing; some of the exciting new projects ahead for Gamine Co., and more.

Plus, I’ve got a beautiful, nature-inspired playlist of tracks for you featuring Beach House, S. Carey, Iron & Wine, and Tweedy, AND a great holiday gift guide full of suggestions for your favorite botany nerd. So roll up your sleeves and dig into some fresh fashion with Sew & Tell on BTR!

Gamine Co., by Taylor Johnston

Gamine Co. Dungarees
(Photos by Horace & Mae)

Dungarees with the Gamine + Jungmaven Stripe Tee
(Photos by Winston MacDonald)


S. Carey
(Photo by Cameron Wittig)


Deptford Goth
(Photo by Nick Pomeroy)


Tweedy
(Photo by Piper Ferguson)


Iron & Wine
(Photo by Craig Kief)

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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