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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...
Where do I even begin with Mike Skinner? Formerly a British rapper for The Streets and now a successful solo DJ and producer, Mike has gone from strength to strength. I consider myself one of the...
Even though I live in one of the busiest cities in the world it's always nice to get a breath of fresh air (literally and figuratively) and venture back to Yorkshire, a county full of history and...
If you're looking for a quintessential Italian experience then look no further than Florence and Siena. Both are steeped in culture and have a long history stretching back to Etruscan times aroun...
I was reading through Mens Journal yesterday and stumbled upon an awesome little interview by the renowned globe-trotter Anthony Bourdain. Among wonderful anecdotes and hangover advice Anthony ha...
If you're stuck in a creative rut or just want to clear your head make sure to go for a wander. If your head is filled with thoughts then you're thinking about thinking. No fresh ideas can ever m...
Day 3 of our Italian adventure took us to the wonderful city of Naples which is known for its rich history, pizza (which originated in the city) and passionate football fans. Maradona football sh...
Hey guys! I wish to apologise for the recent lack of updates, it's been a pretty hectic month as I've had to move house and possibly even move down to the beautiful city of London so Style Divisi...
I consider myself a pretty spontaneous individual so when a chance to visit Greece, France and Italy in the space of a week landing in my inbox, I found it difficult to resist. I always considere...
There's a famous saying in Eastern Europe that goes "the only thing that’s free is cheese in a mousetrap". Although I understand the sentiment I would have to disagree as some of my most treasure...
Decided to take a distinct summery route for my latest playlists. With Glastonbury, Secret Garden Party, British Summertime Festival and Boomtown coming up it's time to come out of hibernat...
I refuse to believe the myth that there are productive and unproductive people. Everyone can be productive but it all stems from how you start your day. If you love the snooze button then congrat...
All the way back in January the guys over at Twenty Something London set out to do something gluttonous - they traversed all around London for 6 days sampling the best 52 burgers in the capital (...
S.Pellegrino, a name that’s synonymous with gourmet food culture, has partnered up with two Michelin Starred Chefs - Theo Randall of Theo Randall at The Intercontinental and Phil Howard of The Sq...
Ever since arriving in London 3 months ago and choosing Camden as the place to spread my city wings I have been on the lookout for a café that I can call home. One day the other week I decided to...
Music really does make the world go round and it would be a pretty grey place without it. I never shy away from trying new things and everyone should give new music genres a go, don't always stic...
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...
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...