Happy March everyone! With Valentine’s Day behind you don’t forget that it’s Mother’s Day this month so saying thank you to the other love in your life should be top priority. It’s been a busy few weeks for me as well, so if you don’t have time to read through all the articles this inspiration collection should keep you up to date:

a most interesting month

new camera canon 7d

canon 7d

I finally made the plunge and upgraded from my Fujifilm XE-1 to a ‘big boy’ Canon 7D camera. With a 35mm Sigma lens on the way the visuals on Style Division should slowly change and become brighter and sharper. The new camera should allow me to do a lot more street style as well as travel photography so make sure to keep an eye out and if you have any Canon tips, send them my way.

Rome, Italy

I’ve been teasing out this post for so long now I’ve actually visited 2 other counties since Italy and yet I keep coming back to that magical little place. With my obsession with architecture escalating to a whole new level this year I feel that a history based post about Rome won’t do the place justice. Watch this space as you never know when creative inspiration may strike and I pull an all nighter and finally get round to editing those photos.

style division explores rome

leeds markets architecture

style division explores

Style Division Explores is a new series I’ve been putting together using photos from 2015 and so far I’ve written about Brighton, Kings Cross, Canary Wharf and Leeds in West Yorkshire.

These posts allow me to put thoughts to paper and showcase a little visual story about these locations. Watch out for many more Style Division explores posts in the coming months 🙂

London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week reaching a new level of hectic this year. With more and more photographers, models and designers packing the streets it was difficult to grab those unique shots we all crave.

On the flipside though it’s always great to see some familiar faces on the street style circuit and see some of the finer outfits London has to offer. Hope to see you at the next LFW in September!

london fashion week aw16

diego barrueco lcm london

London Collections: Men

The disparity between London Fashion Week and London Collections is pretty noticeable but not in a negative way. As LCM is still in it’s infancy things feel a lot less hectic and there’s a greater variety of shows on offer.

On top of the shows I was also commissioned by Fucking Young mag to grab some street style shots with my new camera which you can see by following the link above.

objects of desire

1 – Moon from Space Mousepad, 2 – Up Yours Umbrella, 3Globus Chalkboard Globe


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