1. National Gallery portrait detail plastic plates, £5 each, National Gallery shop
1. House of Hackney lamp, £485, Liberty
1. Gucci by Gucci Pour Homme Sport, aftershave balm, £32, John Lewis
1. Derek Rose striped cotton pyjama set, £135, Mr Porter
1. Opera glasses, £35, National Gallery shop
1. Leather jacket, Daniel Silver for Acne, £1,200, Acne
1. Wooden shoe lasts, £49.95, Selfridges; purple patterned socks, £17, Paul Smith; Duchamp multi-striped socks, £16.95, Harrods; oval frame, £11, and square frame, £9, John Lewis

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1. La Prairie Silver Rain eau de parfum spray, £64, House of Fraser; Sisley limited edition Eau Du Soir, £165, Harrods; Swarovski Edition Phyto-Poudre Compacte, £85, Harrods; Robert Welch silver Arden candlestand, £40, John Lewis; bespoke stands, from £80 each, Yunus & Eliza

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