Matt Bramford is originally from the north of England, but now calls London his home. He has written about London, travel, fashion, architecture and art for nearly a decade, contributing to various print and online titles. He likes Le Corbusier, Charles and Ray Eames, Raf Simons, Wolfgang Tilmans and Diana Ross.
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