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The Wunderkrammer

London’s Horniman Museum

Frederick John Horniman first opened his London house full of extraordinary curiosities in the Victorian times. Since then, the museum’s intriguing cabinets of anthropology and musical instruments have grown tenfold. Get lost in the tens of thousands of objects. Horniman

The Slip Dress

Consider the slip dress your ultimate transitional layering piece. Opt for a fine polo neck jumper underneath until the summer months, when it will be warm enough to wear the silk georgette alone. Dress up or down with a pair of simple heels and fine metallic jewellery. Buy it now.

Louise Bourgeois Exhibition

The works in the final space of the Tate Modern’s Louise Bourgeois exhibition are grouped together to form a ‘wunderkrammer’, or cabinet of curiosities. The sculptures and drawings are laid out to suggest Bourgeois’s home and studio, and show her compelling need to make and remake. Tate Modern