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The looks and fashion trends that men are bringing to street style in 2015 have been inspired by runway fashions from Paris, Milan, and London. Refreshing and original, the following is a preview...
When Qantas Airways offered me the chance to put together a look for one of their flights to Australia I literally jumped at the chance. There aren't many opportunities (especially in the current...
Casely Hayford are a London based father (Joe) and son (Charlie) design duo that started in 2009 with a vision of creating unique London style pieces for an international audience. Their looks fu...
Over the coming months I want to bring more stylish brands to your attention and show that style does not have to come with a steep pricetag. A few weeks ago I caught up with Robert Leung, the co...
Between the 9th and 12th of January the capital played host to London Collections: Men which is now in its 4th year of operation. London Collections Men (or LCM for short) emphasises both the cre...
Following on from my last post about the street art tour of Shoreditch I thought another little lookbook should be on the agenda. During the tour I had the chance to snap a few photos of my Burto...
Earlier this week I had the chance to meet an old family friend for a drink and a chinwag in Seven Dials so what better opportunity to explore a little area of London I've yet to set foot in....
So one year after turning Style Division into a fully-fledged fashion blog I decided to do a little lookbook post. For my first lookbook post I decided to choose the Glenton Leather Pea Coat from...
Founded back in 2010, Belief is a New York based skate boutique and some infamous street wear and skate brands call this place home. Belief is strongly influenced by the New York skate culture an...
One of the many reasons Rolex watches are as famous and beloved as they are is the mechanics of the watch. These timepieces do not require batteries to operate, and unlike typical watches that ti...
Winter Style #1 - Carhartt Detroit Jacket / Chore Coat Carhartt, alongside Dickies, are known for being one of the sturdiest names in working menswear. Their jackets, with a blokes’, get-your-ha...
Ever since Mat from the Buckets & Spades blog mentioned the online menswear store East Dane I have been pouring over their collections like an enamored school girl during her prom night. East...
Following on from my 'Origins of Outerwear post for Burton Menswear a few days ago I promised that I will be giving away one of the sleek new mac/trench coats to a lucky reader. Well guys it's yo...
Don't know about you guys overseas but here in London winter is finally upon us, that 'extra 5 minutes in bed' seems like the hardest part of my day because I want to put off going out in the col...
There’s no denying the fact that we’re well into the autumn by now. The leaves are changing colour, while all the stores have their winter collections of warmer jackets and knitwear out on displa...
You may have noticed my adoration for all things techy and stylish so it's no surprise the Ted Baker audio collection made it onto my list of things to write about this weekend. Ted Baker are wel...
Oscar de la Renta, a prominent Fashion designer has passed away aged 82. Oscar de la Renta spent decades designing outfits for royals and prominent political figures such as first ladies Jackie K...
The Treviso Backpack from the Munich label 'A Kind of Guise' really is a gorgeous little backpack. Enveloped from side to bottom in sturdy German leather and sporting a unique oval shape it reall...

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