Fitzrovia is one of central London’s best kept secrets. This tiny gallery hidden away on Well Street is the perfect example of the understated gems in area. Only minutes from manic Oxford street is the covert Diemar/Noble Photography gallery. The current exhibition, Threads is by no means new, in fact it’s been open since May, ( but you have until 11th of July to visit), and pulls together the ‘Six Masters of Fashion Photography’, according to Diemar/Noble they are; Erwin Blumenfeld, Guy Bourdin, William Klein, Helmet Newton, Norman Parkinson and Edward Steichen.
Highlights include Guy Bourdin’s infamous ‘Chapeaux-choc' and some rare Polaroids by Helmet Newton. For aspiring fashion photographers this exhibition will teach you everything you need to know.