FRAHM has its first employee. Emmalou, my wife & partner of 24 years.
It’s a perfect fit, apart from our little rages.
We are honoured to work with a true legend on our new scarf range.
Enjoy a tour of the beautiful and inspiring Johnstons of Elgin, Scotland.
Nick was the latest guest on Menswear Style's Podcast. What an honour!
I'm knackered. Frustrated. Annoyed with myself. How about you?
Let's say well done to ourselves. We need it.
I had a breakdown and lost my business in 2017. That's helping me now.
Everything happens for a reason.
We're here to help, guide and inspire.
Also: Deliveries as usual. Double donations to Mind. A wee sale. 20% pre-order discount is back. Some pre-order re-jigging.
Tips from someone who's been there.
Get through Coronavirus anxiety, or indeed any anxiety a bit better.
We build jackets with maximum quality for the price.
We don't want to follow other brands and start taking things away.
Movie & TV producer of This is England, The Virtues, Four Lions, '71, Dead Man's Shoes and loads more.
A fantastic chat with such an open, down to earth, inspiring gent.
Nick talks honestly about money and especially debt.
Don't let it drag you down, if it needn't.
For World Mental Health Day 2019, FRAHM founder Nick Hussey talks about his journey from despair to recovery in a way (we hope!) men can relate to.
You're not an idiot. You're not suffering alone.
We want to be a kinder business.
What we do about the environment, mental health, toxic marketing, pricing, sourcing, charity and more.
Instead of our usual chat/interview, FRAHM founder Nick describes with openness and detail how he goes about creating our jackets.
An exclusive podcast with influential men's style blogger Nick Johannessen, AKA WellDressed Dad.
Into menswear without the marketing facade? Listen in.
Ever wondered what starting your own company is like, without the spin?
What did we get right & wrong? Why did we do this, not that?
Podcasts are back! Finally.
Meet Jim, entrepreneur, investor, tech wizard, surfer, clever bloke.
One person deserves there own space in Part 3, the final blog of Tom Hull's work. Chris Keelty radiates.