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Reg and Tiff talk about air travel Pan Am style (please don’t wear sweatpants), American blue jeans (or dungarees according to Reg) and how Reg needs to dig a little deeper on his Google if he wants to get his “I Must Have It” item (hint: it’s a Hardy Amies piece). Come fly with us.

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Reginald Ferguson [00:00:01]: Hello. I'm Reg. Tiff [00:00:02]: And I'm Tiff. And we're the fashion geeks. Reginald Ferguson [00:00:05]: Trying to make New York. Tiff [00:00:06]: And the world. Reginald Ferguson [00:00:06]: Well, New York is the world. Tiff [00:00:07]: A little flyer, one outfit Reginald Ferguson [00:00:09]: And podcast. Tiff [00:00:10]: At a time. Reginald Ferguson [00:00:14]: Welcome to the ride, ladies and gentlemen. We are the fashion geeks. I am Reg Ferguson. And I am gator. Tiff [00:00:20]: Tiffany Mattel Schreiber, the fashion geek number 2. Reginald Ferguson [00:00:23]: You are, and I was gonna say I'm the creator of New York fashion geek, and now we got that out. Tiff [00:00:28]: And pop. He is why we are here, Reginald Ferguson [00:00:30]: in your ears. Tiff [00:00:31]: Yes. I am. Reginald Ferguson [00:00:32]: But I couldn't have been here without you because this was your idea. Tiff [00:00:36]: Well, I like to support you in any way I can. You know? Reginald Ferguson [00:00:38]: I I Tiff [00:00:39]: because I believe in you. I believe in what you're bringing to the table. Reginald Ferguson [00:00:42]: Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. Just Just trying to make guys fly. That's what Tiff [00:00:45]: we do. Fashion for the everyday man. Yep. Making it clear, making it succinct, and making it good. Reginald Ferguson [00:00:52]: Making it sharp. Right? So what you've been up to, Tiff? Tiff [00:00:55]: Oh, you know, isn't that? Reginald Ferguson [00:00:59]: Wow. Yep. My gosh. It's my grandparents in the kitchen again. Just a little listen to that. Just doing that. Tiff [00:01:06]: Mhmm. Little bit of this. Reginald Ferguson [00:01:08]: Have you been traveling, Tiff? Let's get specific. Tiff [00:01:10]: Well, I haven't traveled since the last time I traveled. Reginald Ferguson [00:01:13]: Oh my gosh. So you're you're local. Tiff [00:01:15]: Yeah. Kinda sort of enjoying my own bed for a little while Oh. Before the holidays when I have to travel again. Reginald Ferguson [00:01:22]: Sounds like a date I Tiff [00:01:22]: have. Yeah. And travel is always Reginald Ferguson [00:01:25]: fashionable. Absolutely. Well, let let's talk about Tiff [00:01:28]: that. Reginald Ferguson [00:01:28]: Okay. Traveling is fashionable based on your kit, but more importantly, your luggage. Because in the words of my sister, Leonore, Luggage is an accessory. Tiff [00:01:41]: It certainly is. Reginald Ferguson [00:01:42]: So the question is, when you were traveling, Is your gear matching your luggage? Tiff [00:01:51]: Matchy matchy, not so much. Reginald Ferguson [00:01:52]: It doesn't have to be matchy matchy. It's a coordinated, Marcus. Tiff [00:01:55]: And popcorn. I do like to coordinate what I'm carrying, what I'm pulling behind with what I'm wearing. And let me just make a statement about people traveling today do not traveled the way they used to. Reginald Ferguson [00:02:06]: No. Because first of all, they're wearing sweat suits. Right. They're wearing sweatpants. It's ridiculous. The air The airplane is a bus with wings. Tiff [00:02:15]: Right. Reginald Ferguson [00:02:16]: I have to chime in here as I already have. I grew up In the last generation of the Pan Am era Tiff [00:02:22]: I was totally gonna bring that up. Reginald Ferguson [00:02:24]: My Tiff [00:02:24]: god. How swanky was that? Reginald Ferguson [00:02:26]: My late mother worked for Pan American. No. Yeah. Absolutely. Tiff [00:02:29]: Never knew that. Reginald Ferguson [00:02:30]: Yeah. So Jesus. Little pearls. So growing up, when you are an employee of Pan Am, You have to dress. Tiff [00:02:39]: You totally have to dress. Reginald Ferguson [00:02:41]: So you're talking to a family who already established to be fly. So it wasn't really herculean to abide by the rules of the carrier. But with all sincerity, literally, you would have rules. You must dress this way. You must dress that way. So, again, that was a layup for me and my family. So that's what we did. And that's why to this day, when I'm flying, In the very best, I have a suit on. Reginald Ferguson [00:03:13]: In the very least, I have a sport jacket and pants on. Tiff [00:03:17]: I'm not that dress I won't fly in heels because my you know? I got that unfortunate thing of feet swelling in the Reginald Ferguson [00:03:24]: air. Oh, I've heard I've heard about that. Well, I don't take my shoes off. I don't take my shoes off on the plane. Tiff [00:03:30]: Oh, I do. And I bring a pair of Reginald Ferguson [00:03:32]: You one of those? Tiff [00:03:33]: I bring a pair of cashmere mere socks to put on to keep my feet warm and comfy when I'm traveling. Cashmere. Reginald Ferguson [00:03:43]: I know it's cashmere. That's why I'm going versus going no. Tiff [00:03:47]: It's cashmere. Okay. But I do I dress comfortably, but I And pop. I also dress put together in fashionable. I have my jewelry on. If I can go without wearing a belt, I do because it's such a pain in the butt to go through security. Take your belt off, Then put your belt back on. Reginald Ferguson [00:04:03]: It's not a big Tiff [00:04:04]: deal. So I try to dress, you know, according to that. And shoes, my shoes are always easy to slip on and slip off. My most favorite our mules. I will wear my mules, you know, because I could just slip them off and put them in the security bin and Reginald Ferguson [00:04:18]: What about slides? Tiff [00:04:19]: Slides too. Flip flops are another choice? Reginald Ferguson [00:04:24]: No. No. No. I just Ladies and gentlemen Just trigger rich. Must only be worn in 2 places. They're easy to Tiff [00:04:35]: take off. Reginald Ferguson [00:04:36]: At the beach And at the shower from the gym or the pool. Tiff [00:04:40]: We shall we shall be engaged in this it. Diatribe for Reginald Ferguson [00:04:44]: the That's it. Oh, we we can make this a whole talk we can make this a whole Tiff [00:04:47]: show. We will. Reginald Ferguson [00:04:49]: You do not wear the Mountain of the Street in New York Tiff [00:04:51]: City. But, anyway, And pop. I do not go dress like Pan Am where I wear a dress or a skirt and high heels just because it's just really not comfortable, and the flight attendants will tell you they're not comfortable Reginald Ferguson [00:05:03]: There's a price to be paid for fashion, Tiff [00:05:04]: Tiff. But I will wear my set of multiple strands of pearls that can either be long or you can pull a string, 2 strings, and they shorten up into a choker. I always travel with my multiple strands of pearls. Reginald Ferguson [00:05:23]: I respect the Tiff [00:05:24]: jewelry tools. Edelman, everyone must And pop. Have those. Okay. They make everything you wear fashionable. Reginald Ferguson [00:05:34]: I'm sure. Tiff [00:05:35]: And pop. Alright. Moving on. So, yep, Reginald Ferguson [00:05:37]: that's me. Nice. Tiff [00:05:39]: I heard that, you have a client that needs your services. Reginald Ferguson [00:05:44]: Did a little birdie tell you? Yes. Tiff [00:05:46]: A little birdie came and went and chirped to my ear earlier this evening. Reginald Ferguson [00:05:49]: Yes. I am shopping with a repeat client Tiff [00:05:53]: Tomorrow. Good. Reginald Ferguson [00:05:54]: Alright. Introducing him to some new brands. Tiff [00:05:56]: Right. Reginald Ferguson [00:05:57]: Ones that I know, but he doesn't. And I think that's really important. Tiff [00:06:00]: Because and I wanna touch on that. That is very important because a lot like, I stick to my brands. I'm like, I know it fits, whatever. And the next and next Impop. So you know, I'm buying the 3rd year, the 4th year of the brand, and it's different. And it doesn't fit or look the same because they've changed somehow or Imposs. Reginald Ferguson [00:06:16]: Something. Well, it's not somehow or something. What happened is the chief designer changed. That's what happened. I'll give you a great example of that. Young adulthood, Hugo was my boss. Loved Hugo Boss. Tiff [00:06:29]: I see what you did there. Reginald Ferguson [00:06:31]: That was really Kanye. The good Kanye. So way back in the Tiff [00:06:37]: day. Alright. Reginald Ferguson [00:06:38]: When he was rocking polo stuff search. So, anyway, Great designer for me. Your cuts are more flattering to my build. And me and Hugo Boss, we were off and rocking. But I'm here to tell you for the past few years, if I check out Hugo Boss, doesn't fit right. Tiff [00:06:58]: It just doesn't fit right. Right? Reginald Ferguson [00:06:59]: It doesn't fit right. So what does that mean? My my body type, fortunately, has not changed. Their their chief designer has changed. Tiff [00:07:08]: It happens. And, you know, And then it leaves me in a, oh my god. What do I do? Where do I shop? So it's nice that you have a a client who recognizes, oh, I can go to the to to the reg And pop. And, get a little help. Reginald Ferguson [00:07:21]: Well, I think it's important it's important for myself to learn new brands, but I love and am flattered when a client is open to that as well. Tiff [00:07:29]: Yeah. That's Reginald Ferguson [00:07:29]: huge. So that is what we are doing tomorrow. Tiff [00:07:32]: Can't wait. You're not only doing personal shopping. What else are you doing? Which is amazing. Reginald Ferguson [00:07:36]: Well, my client is also shopping per my recommendation for friends, family, and Tiff [00:07:41]: clients. So you're gonna take him gift shopping? Reginald Ferguson [00:07:45]: I guess. Tiff [00:07:46]: Cannot tell you how much I would love to have someone telling me what I should look at as far as gift shopping because I don't know about you guys. It's the holiday season, And pop. And, I'm I'm coming to that usual place in my life where I'm like, what do I get for my husband for And pop. Crying Reginald Ferguson [00:08:02]: out loud. Tiffany, let's keep it real. A few episodes back, I told you at least 1 specific place to go, and you went, you're shopping now In November? That shit is done. Tiff [00:08:16]: Oh, I my language. Reginald Ferguson [00:08:17]: I'm done. Tiff [00:08:18]: I'm gonna have to go back to that episode and and listen to it so I Reginald Ferguson [00:08:21]: Shop now. Sounds like, you should become a client. Tiff [00:08:26]: Well, I Reginald Ferguson [00:08:27]: kinda am. But your husband isn't. Tiff [00:08:30]: No. He's not. Reginald Ferguson [00:08:31]: Ridiculous. I just think they're teasing me, ladies and gentlemen. Tiff [00:08:34]: He's your holdout. Reginald Ferguson [00:08:36]: He needs Tiff [00:08:36]: my help. Reginald Ferguson [00:08:37]: Holdout. He needs my help, and you probably do too. And if you do, DM me At New York Fashion Geek on the Insta, consultation is free. I'm just gonna break it down, It's gonna be fun because that's what shopping should be, and that's what creating a look should be. It should be fun. It shouldn't be stressful. It shouldn't be laborious. Tiff [00:09:00]: No. And that's what we're here to talk about. We're here to talk about, you know, the everyday things and everyday concerns about the everyday man because we're fashion for the everyday man, which an everyday man contacted us and asked us to explore, I would say, a very important question. Reginald Ferguson [00:09:19]: Wonderful segue, Tiff [00:09:20]: Tiff. Reginald Ferguson [00:09:21]: Thanks. Our listener, friend of the NYFG, Michael Loken, hit us up, And his question was this, which work best with blue pants, brown or black shoes? And pop. Mister Logan, I'm gonna give you a little history lesson from me. When I was growing up, if I wore navy slacks, I was generally rocking Black wingtip Tiff [00:09:52]: shoes. Black wingtip. Yeah. Alright. Reginald Ferguson [00:09:55]: Yeah. Old school classic guy. My grandpa was. I am as well. Okay. Then I became a young adult, and I transitioned. Tiff [00:10:05]: And time's changed. Reginald Ferguson [00:10:07]: Time waits for no one, and the words of my late grandfather, the only thing constant is change. I started trying out brown shoes with not just my navy pants, but the navy pants of my navy suit. And I'm here to tell you, as a grown ass man, as I am and I know you are too, Brown is where it's at generally. Tiff [00:10:32]: I have to agree. Reginald Ferguson [00:10:34]: I'm not trying to talk out of both sides of my mouth. Wednesday, I had on my double breasted pinstripes suit. Tiff [00:10:42]: Oh, double breasted. Reginald Ferguson [00:10:44]: K. And I love that because of the shade of the navy. I love that with black shoes. But I'm here to tell you, as the kid I have on today, I have a blue plaid suit on. Tiff [00:10:59]: Yes. But you've got a nice lovely, Impromptu. Lavender check. Lavender white check shirt with a purple tie, a print purple Reginald Ferguson [00:11:09]: tie. I might add Not just a purple tie, A purple wool tie. Flannel. Tiff [00:11:15]: Very Reginald Ferguson [00:11:15]: nice. Because it's cold outside. Tiff [00:11:18]: Baby, it's cold outside. Reginald Ferguson [00:11:19]: And pop. Tiff [00:11:20]: Oh. I know. I shouldn't have said it. No. I Reginald Ferguson [00:11:23]: love that song. So, mister Logan, I'm here to tell you that I think, ultimately, you wanna rock your navy pants or your blue pants, because, again, it could be varying shades, with brown Tiff [00:11:36]: shoes. Unless You're wearing a double breasted suit, and you're going to a more formal affair. Reginald Ferguson [00:11:43]: I wanna be clear. Tiff [00:11:44]: And then I'm gonna say you need to put on your black shoes, wingtips or buckle straps, anything with a high shine because that's where it's Reginald Ferguson [00:11:53]: at. The black shoes I have on for that navy DB are black cap toe Oxfords. But could I rock that credibly with brown shoes? I could. And like I said, right now, this Paul Stewart suit, I've got brown Medallion cap toes. Right. That's what works. Tiff [00:12:17]: I I think it's a little it's a little more or less formal. It's very casual, and it's And pop. Fly. That's important. The brown shoes bring a bit of flyness because it's daring. It's like, yo. I'm not gonna do the normal Imposter. Stay black, number with navy. Tiff [00:12:34]: I'm gonna be a little bit more daring, and I'm gonna say, Impa. I'm English. I'm wearing brown with my navy. Reginald Ferguson [00:12:42]: Didn't realize that was a English thing, but I am American. And Michael Loken, You need to be my client. That's all I'm saying. Let's move Tiff [00:12:51]: on. That was an excellent question. Thanks for bringing it to us. This is the area that I like to explore, which is the area for the everyday man when you have questions. So please, listeners, new and old, bring those questions to the foreground. We can build an entire episode on your questions about essentially what you need to be in top fashion form as the everyday man. Reginald Ferguson [00:13:14]: I'd love to have an episode that. Fingers crossed. Tiff [00:13:17]: Right. So bring it. Reginald Ferguson [00:13:18]: Let's move on. Alright Tiff [00:13:19]: now. Fashion heroes. Section, the usual section that we have is our fashion Reginald Ferguson [00:13:29]: heroes section. Fashion. Fashion. Tiff [00:13:36]: And Reg has brought a real dynamo to the table, Reg. Who is our fashion hero for today? Reginald Ferguson [00:13:43]: American blue jeans. What? Yep. Repping the red, white, and Tiff [00:13:48]: blue. So when you first told me, I'm like, American Blue Jeans. Is that a brand? Let me Google American Reginald Ferguson [00:13:53]: blue jeans. My Tiff [00:13:54]: god. Looking for a brand. Okay. Is there an American blue jeans brand, or is he just talking about just blue jeans? Because we are dealing with the fashion geek, Reginald Ferguson here. I mean, do we talk in blue jeans? Is that a language or I mean, we really haven't explored that. I mean, come on. We're suits. We're ties. Tiff [00:14:12]: We're jackets. Pockets wear Reginald Ferguson [00:14:14]: trousers. Wear blue jeans? Rumor has it that I have done. That may be true, but it doesn't mean I can't talk about it. From a fashion perspective, there are items that are universal. For example, the vast majority of the world wear shoes. What's interesting though is the provenance of an item which leads to this week's fashion hero, American blue jeans. Blue jeans are uniquely American. Not talking about denim, I'm talking about blue jeans, uniquely American. Reginald Ferguson [00:14:42]: Levi Strauss, Five zero one jeans, rivets. They may not be the 1st denim jeans ever made in America, but they are the most popular. Tiff [00:14:50]: Right. Reginald Ferguson [00:14:51]: And they were made for workers and prospectors during the Gold Rush. Please note, they were not a fashion item. They were a work item. And that's really important to me to say that to everybody because that's why my late grandfather would not and could not allow himself to understand why people were wearing jeans Impop or is he calling them dungarees? Tiff [00:15:10]: Dungarees. Reginald Ferguson [00:15:11]: Which I still use that Tiff [00:15:12]: word. Yes. You do. And I look at you, and I just shake my head. Reginald Ferguson [00:15:16]: Hey. It's in reverence. I love my grandpa, and that's why I grew up hearing that word. That's the word for me. Jesus will always be dungarees. So He didn't understand that as a fashion item. But what he knew but couldn't accept is that throughout history, Clothing designed for a specific purpose like the factory or the military, one day will become a piece of clothing for the masses. Tiff [00:15:40]: Which we already saw with the trench coat. The, what did we talk about? The Burberry trench coat. Reginald Ferguson [00:15:46]: Yeah. Tiff [00:15:47]: Yeah. It was first a military And pop. Rain gear. That's Yeah. It was very purposeful in its Reginald Ferguson [00:15:52]: creation. My grandfather was a mechanical engineer for Otis Elevator Company, and I wanna tie in something else. He used to rock an insulated work vest. My grandfather was a big guy, infinitely bigger than me. My grandfather rocked a 48 suit, so he's a big dude. So it wasn't fat. He was just big. Though, back in the day, he was as slim as me. Reginald Ferguson [00:16:16]: I couldn't believe this. My grandma was like, he used to be a slimmer. He was like, yeah, You know, I used to be I was like, no, grandpa. Tiff [00:16:22]: She fed him too Reginald Ferguson [00:16:23]: well. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Because that's literally what she did for a living as a domestic. But the point is, I used to watch him with this insulated work vest, navy work vest. I actually I got a chance to see it recently, as I was clearing stuff out of my family's house. And I thought about it because a few years ago, I bought what is now a de rigueur, an insulated worker vest. Reginald Ferguson [00:16:53]: It's a speed whack. It's a tribute to my grandpa. And it was funny looking at this old one. I still can't fit it, and I'm grown. I can't help my grandfather's job, but the the point is this, these things change. They transition. So it was just it was I would see him with that. He'd have a flannel shirt. Reginald Ferguson [00:17:12]: He'd have that on. I would see that. I would see that. I would see that. And now just a few years ago, this is the thing. Tiff [00:17:16]: And I'm like, oh my god. Item now. It moves from her personal work item. Reginald Ferguson [00:17:21]: It was just grandpa's, grandpa's work Tiff [00:17:23]: clothing. Reginald Ferguson [00:17:24]: Right. So I think about all the TV commercials in the seventies and eighties and nineties, Because I think of him reacting to all those commercials from those decades because he would just lose his mind. He just didn't understand. He was just like, what what is this? And pop. Tiff [00:17:40]: What is this? Because to you and me and and everybody alive today, we don't know life without jeans, without blue jeans. But there was a time in in the universe when blue jeans did not exist. Reginald Ferguson [00:17:55]: Well, it's not that they did not exist. They did not exists as a fashion item. If I if I'm if I'm citing the gold rush, they existed. Tiff [00:18:04]: What I mean by the Everyday man did not wear blue Reginald Ferguson [00:18:07]: jeans. Or or woman or woman for that for that point. Yes. So that's why, particularly, You know, for me, being relative in terms of growing up, so, obviously, the seventies were big for that advertisement. But, you know, I remember that vaguely as a little kid, but let's say the eighties nineties in which, you know, I'm really cognizant of what's going on. But he just was, like, always gobsmacked And just always like, rah rah rah rah. Just ridiculous. It's ridiculous. Tiff [00:18:33]: You don't wear those except for the Reginald Ferguson [00:18:34]: work of the He would just, like, pop. It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous because he was a worker. He was a laborer. That's what he wore for whatever he had to do. It's not that I ever saw him Where what I constituted is is jeans, as dungarees. But I think for him, it was more about if he wore a work suit, if he wore a coverall, That was his association. And clearly before I was ever thought of, I'm sure he literally did wear them. Reginald Ferguson [00:19:01]: Yep. But he just that never, Oh, he was just always regretting. He was just like, oh, he just he just never understood it, and I I respect that. The name Calvin Klein would totally befuddle my grandpa. He was just like, what? You know what? And then for me, I'm like, as a hip hop kid, you You know, for me, it's Run DMC. So it's like, you know, Calvin Klein, no friend of mine, don't want nobody's name on my behind, which my mom cheered When she heard that lyric, because that was a stretch of time that my mom was still a major influence in my life in terms of music and everything. And we're both Loving rap at the same time, which is, you know, Tiff [00:19:41]: odd. Right. Reginald Ferguson [00:19:41]: But I had a cool mom. So but she was fronting too Even though she was cheering that, like, yeah. You shouldn't be Tiff [00:19:48]: with She had a pair of Calvin Klein Reginald Ferguson [00:19:51]: jeans. Not even that. I remember in the seventies growing up in the West Village, we went to some Pop. I should literally do the research on Greenwich. That was called the jeans factory. I think now it's like a bookstore, and we walked downstairs, And she got custom jeans. Wow. So she yeah. Reginald Ferguson [00:20:08]: Oh, I remember that. I totally remember that. Wow. Because my mom is African American. She had a Typical, I guess, we say African American body. She had hips. And I guess going to the store, that did not work. So she got custom, because that's what was going on in the seventies. Tiff [00:20:23]: But that's good. She got custom. She wasn't wearing anybody's brand on her behind because she had her own brand. Reginald Ferguson [00:20:29]: Impop Hers. But it's not. Listen. Come on. If you're American, you have someone's brand. Right? We just did a previous episode in which a guest was like, yo. I'm rocking a YSL. You say Laurent, which now everyone's just calling Laurent, which I hate. Reginald Ferguson [00:20:44]: And you gotta have Barney's. These are all brands. Let us be clear. Based on what I'm literally talking about. Right? When Strauss met with this other cat, we're talking about 1800. That was a brand. So stop. You know, everyone wants to do this, and then and I feel like they're being revisionist. Reginald Ferguson [00:21:01]: We've always had marketing. We've always had brands. How it's affecting people through technology and the levels, that's a different story. But this stuff always existed. Tiff [00:21:11]: That's right. The historic brands included Levi's, Lee, and Wrangler. Reginald Ferguson [00:21:16]: And Oshkosh B'gosh. Tiff [00:21:18]: Was Oshkosh B'gosh Absolutely. American? Reginald Ferguson [00:21:21]: Yeah. It's from Wisconsin. Tiff [00:21:23]: They came later? Reginald Ferguson [00:21:24]: No. That's all the same era. That's all the same Tiff [00:21:26]: era. Reginald Ferguson [00:21:27]: Okay. I had leads Back in the day, old school New York, you guys know what I'm talking about. Lee Busters. That was Tiff [00:21:33]: a yeah. Everybody had Lee's. And Wranglers Reginald Ferguson [00:21:36]: from Sears Busters. You don't know what I'm talking about. Let me explain. Only New Yorkers understand this, Tiff [00:21:40]: and there's Reginald Ferguson [00:21:40]: not one of Tiff [00:21:41]: the Busters. Reginald Ferguson [00:21:42]: No. Lead Busters. There's not one New Yorker at this studio right now. When I was growing up, there was a gang called the Decepticons. Okay. You know who they are, but you weren't here. Yes. I know who you know, the Tiff [00:21:59]: late I Reginald Ferguson [00:22:01]: Not personally. No. No. So, Okay. No. Never personally. So the point is Tiff [00:22:09]: That's our producer search chiming in. I love it when these 2 do that. Go ahead. Reginald Ferguson [00:22:13]: Go ahead. They were, they there was a whole thing about ripping off patches off of leaves and collecting them. Tiff [00:22:21]: And pop. I remember that. That was happening in North Reginald Ferguson [00:22:24]: Carolina too. Okay. Well, that came Tiff [00:22:26]: from here. Reginald Ferguson [00:22:27]: Alright. So that's what lead busters were, And you had to literally watch your back. Tiff [00:22:31]: Because they're gonna rip that shit off of you. Yep. Yep. Remember that. Reginald Ferguson [00:22:36]: Fortunately, that did not happen for me. But I had Lee's. I had multicolored Lee's. I mean, that was the thing. I had the Lee's with my Nikes or the Lee's. Really, my kit really was Lees with Adidas with my Adidas T shirt and my Yankee jacket. That was my hip hop that was my hip hop New York kit. Tiff [00:22:54]: And pop. My thing was, Calvin Klein and chic or chick. Reginald Ferguson [00:22:58]: Chic. No. Chic jeans. I remember chic jeans. Tiff [00:23:01]: Or chic. I think it might have been called chic jeans. Reginald Ferguson [00:23:03]: Chic jeans. Tight? Chick jeans? Tight. No. Yeah. I think you're right. Tiff [00:23:06]: Chick jeans. Tight. Oh my god. They were tight. Reginald Ferguson [00:23:08]: But the bottom line is what we're all talking about. We're talking about a symbol of America. It's the spirit of the west with cowboys, especially TV shows that hyped it up like Gunsmoke, Bonanza, The Riflemen, The counterculture through movies in the fifties sixties, Marlon Brando, James Dean. Hollywood and the music industry played a large role. Tiff [00:23:32]: Yep. James Dean actually brought jeans into Impa. The fashion culture wearing them in, the movie Rebel Without A Cause. Mhmm. He was, and it became significant, the jeans, to the the rebel kids of America in the 19 fifties. That's when it moved from worker attire to actual fashion wear. Reginald Ferguson [00:23:56]: Right. And that's what I'm saying about Hollywood. I mean, also, Hollywood was incorporating I can't remember the names. I think, like, Carol Lombard and stuff like that, but just Hollywood starlets also rocking their jeans when they're out camping. Oh, yes. So this is a Tiff [00:24:11]: whole Glamping before glamping was even born. Reginald Ferguson [00:24:15]: So this is, you know, this is a thing. And now let's also look at the impact that they had worldwide. Europe, Russia, and Germany. I mean, those specific spots, absolutely feeding them for our jeans. Would barter for them, would use them as currency. I mean, literally. That's Tiff [00:24:33]: crazy. Didn't Russia like, you couldn't get them, except on a black they created a black market Right. For western jeans because you couldn't because Russia, saw it as a sign of the rebellion coming, so they oppressed any jeans going on the regular market. Reginald Ferguson [00:24:48]: Same thing with Germany. Same thing with Germany. Tiff [00:24:51]: Interesting that a pair of jeans could Impa. Make a a regime. I'll call them a regime. Nervous. Reginald Ferguson [00:24:57]: Only in America. Let's talk about Japan. Let's talk about Japan with just their overall love of American culture, which had a lot to do with Hollywood and the US army. I mean, the blue jean look was incorporated by their youth. I mean, they just always imported, you know, our stuff from a cultural standpoint anyway. Tiff [00:25:14]: And pop. But now they're making their own jean. Like, there's a all these new Japanese jean Reginald Ferguson [00:25:20]: companies And their Tiff [00:25:21]: jeans Japanese Reginald Ferguson [00:25:22]: jean brands. Their jeans, particularly Selvage, are better than ours. Hello? Why? Because they bought the original equipment that Levi's were made Impromptu. Tiff [00:25:32]: Did they really? Absolutely. There is the answer. Because I was wondering. I'm like, how the hell? Alright now. Reginald Ferguson [00:25:41]: I love jeans. I know I don't wear them, ladies and gentlemen. God bless Tiff [00:25:47]: America. God bless America. Of course. You know, I have to Reginald Ferguson [00:25:53]: And pop. I have to put in my little you know, I have Tiff [00:25:54]: to bring to the table from my point of view a form and fit and stuff like that, and I got a little Impop. Sweet little something for you, Reg, that I found. Reginald Ferguson [00:26:02]: Oh, Tiff [00:26:02]: okay. The the little history of the whole jean thing. So we know, you know, jeans called blue jeans. You know, jeans are a term of fabric. Blue jeans is a dye of the fabric. And back in the day, the trousers and everything, they were, you know, basically constructed from blue colored denim. But prior to that, prior to the whole denim, there was a different kind of fabric that they used that they would dye And pop. Blue, and they call them blue jeans. Tiff [00:26:36]: And the jean references, a type of sturdy cloth commonly made with a cotton warp, and a wool weft. Reginald Ferguson [00:26:45]: Oh, you and that warping weft. Tiff [00:26:47]: I gotta bring it in. Oh, good. So once again, the warp is one direction of thread, and the the the weft is the perpendicular direction. And I thought this was interesting that the first jean was a cotton wool blend, and it was called the Virginia cloth. Because if you think about it, that was probably some uncomfortable pair of jeans right there. The wool and the cotton. Oh my goodness. Reginald Ferguson [00:27:12]: In the summer. Yeah. Tiff [00:27:14]: And you've you know, if you think about the the the, the stretch of both of those fibers, the cotton and the wool, it's it's like, what an interesting weave. What an interesting look that we've, made. But that was the 1st jean reference, and it was it was in France, actually, who, you know, who made that first Reginald Ferguson [00:27:32]: jeans. Yeah. I've heard that. Tiff [00:27:33]: So Can we go had to bring it Reginald Ferguson [00:27:35]: in because American jeans. Tiff [00:27:36]: You know my favorite words, warp and weft. Yes. Reginald Ferguson [00:27:39]: I know. Tiff [00:27:39]: I needed to bring that in there. But everything else that I found, you know, we touched on. I also wanted to point out that a lot of the, the processes of distressing and shrinking and dying Yeah. Stonewash. And stonewashing sink. I remember Stone. Takes a nice new pair of jeans and ruins it. Reginald Ferguson [00:28:00]: I don't understand that still. Except stonewashed because I definitely was a stonewashed era. Tiff [00:28:05]: Well, it's It's sort of a fashion statement, and all of that sort of came out of the sixties and the seventies. Reginald Ferguson [00:28:12]: In the eighties nineties. Tiff [00:28:13]: Well well, the seventies with the with the, the punk rockers. They just destroyed anything. It's like destroying establishment. I'm gonna take the establishment of blue jeans, and I'm gonna rip them up and destroy them. And then followed by the grunge movement of distressed. Everything's distressed. And pop. That's how, you know, that became popular, and I thought that was kinda interesting. Tiff [00:28:34]: It was kind of fashion was influenced by music in a way. Reginald Ferguson [00:28:38]: Oh, there's no question. I mean I mean, I already said between Hollywood and music, I mean, absolutely. I mean, you can't have one without the other, And that's not unique to American blue jeans as I'm constantly stressing not to be jingoistic, but that's how it works. Impop. I mean true. We've had conversations about hip hop culture. Boom. Demographics, music. Reginald Ferguson [00:29:01]: You know, they marry and and interesting things Tiff [00:29:03]: happen. And it all comes from work attire, And pop. Workwear, labor wear turns into fashion. Reginald Ferguson [00:29:11]: That's why my grandpa could never ever ever ever get with it. My grandfather never, and rightfully so, never had a pair of dungarees Really? Ever. Why would he? And pop. Tiff [00:29:22]: Reg, I know you Reginald Ferguson [00:29:23]: got a Tiff [00:29:23]: pair of jeans in that closet. You better you better pony up and tell us what kind you got. Reginald Ferguson [00:29:27]: I am not saying anything, but I can discuss about And pop dungarees in the world. And at length. Tiff [00:29:35]: Alright. Well, let's move on to our I must have it item. Reginald Ferguson [00:29:38]: Oh, yeah. Impop. I must have it. Have it. Have it. Tiff [00:29:51]: I have to say I was totally not familiar with this one. So Reginald Ferguson [00:29:54]: I'm glad. Tiff [00:29:55]: I love the look. Oh my god. I love the look. So what And pop. What is it? Let's tell our listeners who are waiting. What's our fashion item? Our our must have it item. Reginald Ferguson [00:30:06]: The Hardy Amy's burnt orange single breasted trench coat. Tiff [00:30:11]: Wow. That's a mouthful. Reginald Ferguson [00:30:12]: Oh my god. Hardie, pay me. Please help me out. Oh, yeah. Ladies and gentlemen, TIFF is tantalizing me with a a color copy of it on paper. Tiff [00:30:29]: Can I just tell you that I looked at this? I'm, like, thinking trench coat. You know, most trench coats are double breasted. This is single breasted. Yeah. I have a single breasted. And not only, And pop. Okay. But not only, but it's Reginald Ferguson [00:30:41]: All my trenches have been single breasted, I Tiff [00:30:43]: think. It's so mod looking. It looks Reginald Ferguson [00:30:46]: right It's from England. Tiff [00:30:47]: Impop. It's from the sixties as well. It's kinda like time has stopped Oh. With this Reginald Ferguson [00:30:53]: trench coat. Dope. Impop. Tiff [00:30:55]: Like, we could have seen this on any show in the same city. And our guest, you know, our past guest, Carlos, could have rocked this sucker in a minute because he has that And pop. Reginald Ferguson [00:31:04]: I can recommend it a minute too. Tiff [00:31:06]: Yes. Reg, I gotta be honest. Yes? I abs when I saw this, I was like, oh my god. That would look so good Reginald Ferguson [00:31:11]: on you. I know. Tiff [00:31:12]: So, tell us. Oh. Do you have this Reginald Ferguson [00:31:16]: item? No. I don't. Tiff [00:31:19]: Alright. Reginald Ferguson [00:31:20]: I will tell you how I found said item. Tiff [00:31:22]: Should I give a description first before you pass on, girl? Reginald Ferguson [00:31:25]: It's entirely up Tiff [00:31:26]: to you. So their listeners can visualize what I just passed around. Alright. Hearty Amy's single breasted trench coat in vibrant burnt orange Oh. With a button fastening and detachable waist belt Yes. Crafted from cotton gabardine. Mhmm. The single vent trench coat is finished with contrast black buttons I know. Tiff [00:31:46]: Adjustable button cuffs Yep. And 2 side pockets. That's interesting. Adjustable button cuffs. Reginald Ferguson [00:31:52]: In pockets. Tiff [00:31:52]: That's great. Pockets. The inside is lined with viscose and features a slip pocket with Hardy Amy's brand tab. And pop. It's simple in design, but yet very elegant. Reginald Ferguson [00:32:04]: I know. Tiff [00:32:05]: Very nice. Reginald Ferguson [00:32:06]: Yes. I'm a subscriber to The Rake. As we all know here, I keep magazines in business. I love me. You I love me some periodicals. Tiff [00:32:18]: Yes. You do. Reginald Ferguson [00:32:19]: I do. I'm stacking. Anyway, The rake always has a rake recommends section. I was I was some old editions from a few years ago because with the hoses was new again. Tiff [00:32:34]: Right. Reginald Ferguson [00:32:35]: For my late mom. And I saw that, and it just stopped me. I was like, Internet. You can't find it anymore? You can't buy Impa. I've got it. Ahead. You found it to Tiff [00:32:51]: purchase? Etsy, Ebay, Amazon. What? How do you think I got this picture? Reginald Ferguson [00:32:59]: From the Internet? Tiff [00:33:00]: Yep. I sure did. Reginald Ferguson [00:33:02]: Really? Yep. For purchase? Tiff [00:33:04]: Yep. Man. But I can't I when you I was like, why is this available on Etsy? Why is this available on Ebay? Because you can't get it Reginald Ferguson [00:33:13]: today. Exactly. Tiff [00:33:14]: You get it. Reginald Ferguson [00:33:14]: It's only a few years Tiff [00:33:15]: old. Yeah. You get it either pre owned or somebody bought it and never wore it. Right. And then you're gonna get it. Reginald Ferguson [00:33:21]: How many pounds? Tiff [00:33:22]: Impop I did not find that. Wow. I did not find Reginald Ferguson [00:33:26]: the cost. So you know it could be sold, and you saw no price? Tiff [00:33:29]: I didn't look at the price. I apologize. Reginald Ferguson [00:33:31]: Wow. You Tiff [00:33:32]: But everybody can Google it and find it. Reginald Ferguson [00:33:35]: No. Stop Tiff [00:33:37]: them. Can we talk about the Reginald Ferguson [00:33:39]: designer? Tiff [00:33:40]: Because that's what I found super interesting. Impossing. Reginald Ferguson [00:33:43]: 1st of Tiff [00:33:43]: all, Hardy aim Amy's Amy's. Reginald Ferguson [00:33:46]: Is We're not messing this up, James. Sorry. JJ textile Manchester. Tiff [00:33:50]: Is sir And pop. Edwin Hardy. Amy's. He's a sir, knighted by the queen. What? Yep. And what was so interesting to me was he was an English fashion designer, of course, founder of the Hardy Aames label, but, he was best known for his official title as dressmaker for queen Elizabeth the second What? From her accession to the throne in 1950 2 until he retired in 1989, the year I graduated from college. Wow. Yes. Tiff [00:34:24]: He dressed the queen. He designed for the queen. He built for the queen. Reginald Ferguson [00:34:28]: I did not know that. Tiff [00:34:30]: Yes. So, and this is what was so because, you know, I love the queen. I don't know. Yeah. I it's she's interesting. They're all interesting, the dresses and everything. Reginald Ferguson [00:34:40]: Oh, you Tiff [00:34:41]: got I used to build costumes. Reginald Ferguson [00:34:42]: You got that American English thing Well, Tiff [00:34:44]: I used to build costumes from all the queen periods. You know, this period is defined by this queen, and that period is defined by that queen. So I do have an affection for queens and their and their fashion. But what was most striking about him designing for this queen and what he said is that, And pop. She's she never liked the haute couture because it she found it edgy. So queen Elizabeth the second always felt she should be dressed appropriate for the occasion. So when I read that, I was like, well, of course. I mean, I don't know. Tiff [00:35:16]: How's that different from Shouldn't we? Don't we? I don't know. I leave the house thinking I need to be addressed appropriate for the occasion. Is that is that something that people back in the day wasn't they weren't necessarily Doing? Reginald Ferguson [00:35:27]: It was a statement she made. Well I mean, I I mean, that's what fashion is. Right? It's about making a statement. Right. That's what style does. You make a statement. And pop. But another interesting fact about him, he was the, Tiff [00:35:38]: the first, British based fashion house, making history by staging the men's ready to wear catwalk chose at the Savoy Hotel. So, yes, he was doing bespoke, but he also did a ready, ready to wear line that he actually put on the catwalk. And the year is 1961. Wow. So he was a first. Reginald Ferguson [00:36:01]: That's slick. Tiff [00:36:02]: Yep. And pop. And it was the 1st time music was played as well. Oh. As as as as models walked down wearing designer duds on the well Reginald Ferguson [00:36:11]: That's hot because we play music on our podcast. Yeah. We do. An homage to Tiff [00:36:16]: the catwalk. Because music and fashion. Hello? Reginald Ferguson [00:36:19]: Yeah. But that's because we take it for Tiff [00:36:22]: granted. So, Reg, where can, I mean, I think everybody needs to Google? Oh, what do we have? What do we have? We have a little Reginald Ferguson [00:36:29]: I don't know. People seem to be finding it. Tiff [00:36:33]: We're gonna buy it for you, Reg. We're totally gonna buy it for you. Oh, yes. It's on Coggles. Coggles is where I found it, and it's sold out. It's a £135. Someone's showing me Totally sold out. Reginald Ferguson [00:36:46]: Sold out info. I don't need that. I need current. Tiff [00:36:48]: Go to Etsy. Go to eBay. You'll find it there. Reginald Ferguson [00:36:53]: Impop Yipes. Tiff [00:36:54]: It is it it is a coat high in in demand. Reginald Ferguson [00:36:57]: It's fly. Tiff [00:36:58]: I like it. It's totally fly. It's burnt orange for crying out loud. Well done, Rich. Well done. Reginald Ferguson [00:37:03]: Thank you. Tiff [00:37:04]: Thank you. And listen, burnt orange everyday man can rock it. Let me tell you. Absolutely. On a on a even Wait. Harris tweed wearing this over a Harris tweed suit? Reginald Ferguson [00:37:16]: Forget about it. You have a you have a wealth of options about how to coordinate. And if you become my client, I will show you the way. Tiff [00:37:23]: And there it is. Alright. Moving on. The last most exciting portion. Reginald Ferguson [00:37:29]: Because you're a school teacher in your past life. Fashion word of the day. Fashion word of the day. Tiff [00:37:46]: I love this section because you have to say what your word is, and then we spell it, and then wait. Oh, we we spell it, we define it, and we use it in a Reginald Ferguson [00:37:54]: sentence. Yes, ma'am. Tiff [00:37:58]: I got a good one today. Reginald Ferguson [00:37:59]: Oh, I'm you always have a good one. Tiff [00:38:01]: 3 pages worth, but I already know this one. Reginald Ferguson [00:38:03]: This. One word. Just one word. Tiff [00:38:06]: Because I like to have options. Just like, you know, you open your closet for the Reginald Ferguson [00:38:11]: day. Impop Options. Okay. That that was hitting close Tiff [00:38:15]: to home. Right? Yes. So should I go first? Reginald Ferguson [00:38:17]: Of Tiff [00:38:17]: course. Alright. So my word, as I try to do, kinda ties in with some of the things we talked about earlier in the podcast. So my word is very simple, rise. Reginald Ferguson [00:38:31]: Rise, r I s Tiff [00:38:32]: e. Nice spelling. Very nice. Reginald Ferguson [00:38:36]: Thank you. But I have no definition, so I'm about to get buzzed. Tiff [00:38:39]: What? You don't have a definition of a Reginald Ferguson [00:38:40]: rise? I don't. When I think of rise when I think of rise, for me, the definition is A very popular American song by Herb Alpert in the eighties, probably in the seventies. Tiff [00:38:53]: Or Rise and And Reginald Ferguson [00:38:54]: pop great. It was a great song. No. But that was my definite I know rise and shine as a phrase. Tiff [00:38:59]: Because you know I I picked those words that could have all sorts Reginald Ferguson [00:39:01]: of things. Rise I mean, I'm gonna I'm gonna stumble at this, but, I mean, essentially, rise is the height The height of where your pants are cut. Tiff [00:39:13]: Oh, dude. You just nailed it. You got it. Reginald Ferguson [00:39:16]: Oh, That was my hail Mary. Tiff [00:39:19]: Alright. Let me let me say Reginald Ferguson [00:39:20]: I guess I am a fashion geek. Tiff [00:39:21]: The words that are on the paper, the distance from the crotch to the top of the waistband in jeans and trousers. You will if you go to a tailor, he's gonna measure this rise, and you need to be prepared. His hands will be in your crotch, and that's the way it will work. But you gotta get the rise you gotta get the rise right. And I have to say that slowly because you can't say rise right 10 times fast. So, so try to get my rise right. Common options include high, medium, and low rise. So a lot of low rise is common in today's fashion. Tiff [00:39:58]: People like something that's sitting below the waist. The medium rise is on the waist, and the high rise is usually right at the waist or maybe a little before. Reginald Ferguson [00:40:07]: So say high rise is Tiff [00:40:08]: where I live. So you wanna use it in a sense? Can you use it in a sense? Reginald Ferguson [00:40:15]: Or Sure. Really, I would argue throughout the decades, The level of where your rises has changed. Tiff [00:40:24]: Very nice because it's Reginald Ferguson [00:40:26]: so true. It's really crazy because When I was growing up, my waistline was at a very specific point, and Tiff [00:40:35]: now that's no longer Reginald Ferguson [00:40:36]: right. Now that's no longer considered my waistline. It's just so it's so bizarre to me. Tiff [00:40:41]: And it's mostly in jeans. We were just talking about blue jeans. Reginald Ferguson [00:40:45]: But not only in jeans. I mean, obviously, jeans have been very clear cut about a low rise and blah blah blah blah. But from a a shirt and tie suit guy, I'm here to tell you that The way I used to like my pants, you know, cinched up, is not the way I generally rock them now. So that's what time does. Yep. Tiff [00:41:04]: And And your pants are getting a little tighter now too. Right? A little more fitted? Reginald Ferguson [00:41:08]: Yeah. But that's I mean, that's different. But we're literally just talking about, you know, Arise is different than Tiff [00:41:13]: And pop up. But I think Arise works in conjunction with the fit. I think a higher rise baggier fit was the eighties. Totally the eighties. Totally the generations, the different influences in the eighties. And as we've gotten into the And pop. The 2000, especially, you know, the 2 the present 2000. Everything is slim fit, low rise so that it it gives a more penciled look in the tailored world. Reginald Ferguson [00:41:44]: Sure. But I wanna I wanna explain this to listeners who hopefully will become clients. That's a standard. Not everyone falls within that standard. For example, I'm a tall, slim guy. I'm a sample size. I link up generally very well for ready to wear. I don't necessarily need bespoke. Reginald Ferguson [00:42:04]: I don't need made to measure. But just because you don't fit that doesn't mean you can't be fly. Tiff [00:42:11]: You can always be fly. Reginald Ferguson [00:42:13]: And Tiff [00:42:13]: pop. High rise, low rise, or medium rise. Reginald Ferguson [00:42:16]: If you work with me, you'll be fly. But, you know, I I just wanna be clear about that because people see these things, And it's about aspiration. And not everyone, literally, just from a physical standpoint, they can't do that. So I don't want you to feel that you're left out of the party is my point. Tiff [00:42:34]: Thank you, Reg. I'm sure they appreciate that. Impop. So brilliant. Now bring it on. Alright. What you got Reginald Ferguson [00:42:41]: for me? I got one word for you. Hijab. Tiff [00:42:47]: Hijab. Reginald Ferguson [00:42:48]: Hijab. Tiff [00:42:50]: H I j a b. Yes. Hijab. And it's a overwear that the women in some Arab states wear over any clothing underneath. Reginald Ferguson [00:43:03]: No? Tiff [00:43:07]: It only exposes the eyes. Reginald Ferguson [00:43:11]: Am I close? You're close. And pop. Okay. Region. Hijab is a traditional scarf won by Muslim women to cover their hair and neck and sometimes their face. Tiff [00:43:23]: Just the scarf? It doesn't it's not the whole the scarf and the robe? Reginald Ferguson [00:43:29]: If you want to, you could look at our producer, and he can search it for Tiff [00:43:33]: And pop. Search it, search. H I j a b. Reginald Ferguson [00:43:38]: I'm just saying. Tiff [00:43:45]: Alright. There we go. Reginald Ferguson [00:43:46]: I shot and I scored. Tiff [00:43:48]: Yeah. You Reginald Ferguson [00:43:48]: did. Sorry, Tiff. There's always another episode. And pop. But that's okay. I spelled it right. You Tiff [00:43:54]: did. And I was sorta in the same area. Reginald Ferguson [00:43:57]: You were in the region. Pun intended. Tiff [00:44:02]: I'm trying to think. Should I try to even Reginald Ferguson [00:44:04]: No. No. Tiff [00:44:04]: Use it in a sentence? Reginald Ferguson [00:44:05]: No. No. It's over. Well, that's a wrap. Thank you so much for listening. Tiff [00:44:09]: Thank you. Reginald Ferguson [00:44:10]: On her down for another one. Please tell your friends about us. A special shout out goes to our producer, Search, who just corrected Tiff on her messed up definition of the fashion word of the day. Tiff [00:44:21]: It wasn't that messed up. I was in the neighborhood. Reginald Ferguson [00:44:23]: You were in the neighborhood. Tiff [00:44:24]: So I was I was swinging. I I I kept it. I didn't miss it. You were close. Reginald Ferguson [00:44:29]: You were close. Alright. And special shout out to everyone down with the NYFG. Tiff [00:44:33]: And new listeners, old listeners, thank you. Please continue to listen. Subscribe to us. And when you subscribe to us, And pop. That means the the, the outlets go, wait. This is something new new and and noteworthy. We we we need to take a a moment and think about this and, Reginald Ferguson [00:44:53]: And pop. You know, give us some give us Tiff [00:44:53]: some reviews. Give us some props. Contact us. Reginald Ferguson [00:44:56]: We need it. Yeah. But we just love it. Tiff [00:45:00]: We wanna hear from Reginald Ferguson [00:45:01]: you. Absolutely. Check us out on the Insta, New York Fashion Geek. You could also email us at podcast@nyfashiongeek.com. There's also a website, obviously, newyorkfashiongeek.com. Tiff [00:45:15]: And any of those, you can contact Reg for a free consultation. Reginald Ferguson [00:45:19]: Absolutely. I'll help you out. Tiff [00:45:20]: Because isn't that what this is all Reginald Ferguson [00:45:23]: about? We just want you to be the best you could Tiff [00:45:25]: be. That's correct. Reginald Ferguson [00:45:27]: I'm a personal trainer for fashion. Tiff [00:45:29]: Yes. You are. I love it. There it is. Personal trainer. Do your Reginald Ferguson [00:45:33]: shirt. Good. Alright. We're working on shirts. Yep. And we'll do a few rounds with ties. Tiff [00:45:38]: Okay now. Reginald Ferguson [00:45:39]: I'm Reg. Tiff [00:45:40]: And I'm Tiff. Reginald Ferguson [00:45:41]: See you next time. And remember, always be fly.

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