We’re spoiled for choice with a never ending roster of abounding arts in London – and the latest Massimiliano Gioni-curated exhibition running at The Store X, 180 The Strand is a case in point!

A display of twenty-one of today’s most radical image makers, Strange Days: Memories of the Future – in partnership with New York’s New Museum and The Vinyl Factory  brings together video and film artists all of whom have all exhibited at the New Museum over the past decade, to present their myriad works in compelling large-scale, multi-screen video installations. Probing into the “power and fragility of images as the raw material of memory, reverie, and visions of the future,” the show makes for substantial food for thought and prime weekend watching… Consider it binge watching, guilt free!

Ahead of stepping foot outside, in what feels like the official start of winter, get layer happy with Nili Lotan's zigzag knit and leopard-print faux-fur for a figurative toasty hug, teaming with M.I.H's white straight-leg jeans, Calvin Klein 205W39NYC's ankle boots and Cult Gaia's marbled hoops for a strong off-duty look.

Make it yours here:

Strange Days: Memories of the Future is open from 2nd October to 9th December at The Store X, 180 The Strand, London, WC2R 1EA. Admission is free.

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