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It's that time of the month again guys, following on from the previous post (LINK) I have been listening to a lot of chillwave and dreampop specifically artists such as Summer Heart and Stumblein...
It’s been a summer of non stop travel so when I had the chance to spend a day in Vienna I jumped at the opportunity. Not many cities can boast the imperial grandeur of Vienna, once the centre of ...
They say all roads lead to Rome and that's exactly where we ended up on the last leg of our European adventure. After visiting Greece and France and spending a few days living on a boat, a few ho...
As temperatures in London reached fever levels a Sunday day out in Finsbury Park was in order. Luckily the New Look Wireless festival was in town to warm up the crowd before the full 3 day show t...
Gandhi once said 'The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members'. This might be an odd way to start my post about Amsterdam but I believe the Netherlan...
One of the most important jewellery items in the life of every person is a proposal ring. That is why its choice should be taken as responsibly as possible. Some couples choose wedding rings, bas...
Our bustling city never sleeps and as the seasons change so do the events and attractions. From street food markets to pop up galleries and late night exhibitions, London has it all. The difficul...
Practically everyone has a dream vacation, that one destination you’d give anything to visit. But for many, that exotic locale is out of reach financially. Whether you’ve always wanted to take th...
It would be a shame to visit Ukraine and not spend a few days in the natural solitude of the Carpathian Mountains. After a visit to Kiev, Ivano Frankivsk and Lviv I booked myself a cosy little co...
Ryan Hemsworth is a Canadian producer I have now been following for a few years ever since his insane mix for Fact Magazine which contains over 40 tracks spliced into one whole 60 minute listenin...
In the mid 19th century, Paris was suffocating in the cramped network of its ancient streets. Until then, the city had expanded by developing its outer districts without any careful consideration...
Last week I was invited to Soho by an old Style Division favourite Farfetch to finally get a professional haircut and hear about the latest trends causing waves in the wild and unpredictable worl...
It's taken me a while to put another photography post together simply because I've collected such a wealth of material over the past few months I simply did not know where to start. A few weeks a...
I don't wish to alarm you guys but Father's Day is this Sunday (19th of June) so if you've left it a little bit too late to get a present, Style Division is on hand to save the day. We’ve partne...
As you may have noticed from my Rome and Paris posts I love a late night wander. Like a werewolf a city can transform under moonlight and provide the backdrop for an unplanned adventure. Amsterda...
When I was growing up a mobile phone was seen as a luxury. Something only businessmen owned to make important calls overseas. Over the years the line between a phone and a computer has become inc...
I would consider myself somewhat of a shutterbug. During my endless mindless wanders I take pictures of things without really thinking about where I'm going to use them in the future. The City of...
When it comes to design there are no better combination than the stark contrast of black and white colours and it’s the reason many fashion and interior designers alike use a monochrome palette a...