INTERVIEWS

Ernest Thomas & Co.



Let’s talk about Ernest Thomas & Co., a brand that encapsulates the classic romance of early 20th century Britain with a bespoke range of men’s lifestyle products combining vintage details with a 21st Century contemporary twist.​ Meet the boys behind … Continue reading

Ride for the Child: Shane Prendergast



It’s always a bonus when you interview someone you really like but strange when you really like someone you’ve never met! Take Shane Prendergast – the man behind all the technical stuff at Beardrevered.com. Shane and I have never met … Continue reading

Treebeard on Etsy UK



If you’re familiar with J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth fantasy writings then you’ll know that Treebeard is a fictional character from the Forest of Fangorn who is hairy and looks a bit like a tree. I just looked it up. … Continue reading

Beards in Love – Bristlr.com



Bristlr.com – pronounced “bristle err” – in your very best pirate voice (eye patch optional) – is a new social beard network or online dating site connecting those with beards to those who want to stroke beards! Founded by the … Continue reading

WATG: Ben Schwab



Knitting is the new yoga or so say the ‘Gangsters’ at Wool and the Gang – the coolest knitwear brand in the whole wide world. Set up by two ex-Central St Martins graduates, Aurelie Popper and Jade Harwood, along with world … Continue reading

Mr Mom – Pots, Pans and Beards



It’s safe to say that baking has always been a popular British past-time. Michel Roux Jnr and Eric Lanlard are names that spring to mind when I think of bakers (oups,  patisserie chefs, excusez-moi) but I’m probably in a minority. … Continue reading

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Summer Beard Break

Summer Beard Break



Beardrevered is taking a break from all things hairy until Monday 4th September – posts will resume from this date. Social Media will be switched on however, so feel free to stay in touch over on  Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram … Continue reading

Saturday Morning Beard Fact



The Flemish-born artist Anthony Van Dyck became famous in England as King Charles I’s court painter. Not only did his career manage to thrive despite the execution of his patron, but the artist’s own appearance changed the way British men … Continue reading

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