| As a shelter against the elements, the umbrella has been an indispensable accessory for thousands of years. The Met houses a fascinating range of umbrellas and parasols, as well as images of them, from diverse cultures and periods.
| Handcrafted earrings, pendants, rings, and other beautiful pieces look to The Met collection to celebrate “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” the latest from The Costume Institute
| From jackets to tees to totes, our offering draws inspiration from icons of Catholicism
| Newly renovated galleries showcase The Met’s extraordinary collection of musical instruments from around the world
| Mother’s Day gift ideas so inspiring, you won’t want to wait until May 13th
| If you want to make a great impression on your hosts, do so artfully
| The Met Store and the storied French porcelain maker join forces to celebrate the heritage of Versailles
| Looking back on our favorite Roof Garden Commissions
| The epitome of French royal art, Sèvres porcelain was admired by visitors to Versailles—and a frequent gift for them, too
| The Met Store salutes the work of the 18th-century French master
| The intriguing new exhibition “Like Life” is what The Met Breuer does best
| Manet or Monet...oh my!