WE ARE BACK!
We are thrilled to be back from an accidental hiatus that we all survived (despite the “major motor vehicle accident”) and we could not be happier. So sorry to our loving listeners for the dry spell and thanks so much for joining us again.
Here’s what’s up. It’s Dad time. Our first and biggest fan, Katie’s Dad, Chris Garnham has joined us for an episode to talk about shopping for denim, the history of denim from a guy who just wants cardboard pants again, and of course, the major motor vehicle accident. It’s almost too much to handle but we’re pretty sure you can do it. Come on it, Hags! It’s tea time.
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Don’t think Dad didn’t come with an obsession! He knows how the cookie crumbles. First up, Katie is obsessed with linen knit since it’s back to summer temperatures. She just acquired this sweet tank from Frank and Oak and it’s a new summer staple:
But more than that, Katie is obsessed with the bright colours and heavy lines of local artist Sandeep Johal. Her work is beautiful but also thoughtful, powerful, feminist, and brings a new perspective to existing imagery. It hits all the marks.
Check out her instagram (@sandeepjohalart) for all her lovely work and updates on projects, including a new mural on Granville Island. (Her drawing work of powerful female Indian figures Hard Kaur can be found here.)
Evan is obsessed with Joshua Whitehead‘s newest book Johnny Appleseed. Prepare for some sexy and enlightening and heartbreaking and beautiful summer reading about the indigiqueer experience and get hawt.
Chris is obsessed with his Gnome Home teardrop trailer that travelled all the way to Arizona and back. Because who wants to sleep on the ground in a dumb tent anyway?
Thanks a million zillion to Chris for being such a great sport and being our guest; we are thrilled that you would come talk smack with us. Thanks to our listeners for listening and subscribing, rating, and reviewing.
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