Spring has finally sprung in New York City, and we couldn’t be more excited. The warmer temperatures, coupled with the first blooms of the season, mean that it’s the perfect time to shed our layers and open our wardrobes to the new season. Read more
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Go behind the scenes with us to learn more about your favorite products and preview our newest collections and exhibition-related merchandise, plus get expert advice on how to wear the latest trends.
Japanese lacquerware, an early art form that continues to be produced today using ancient techniques, is prized for transforming everyday objects into luxury goods through the application of gold and silver decoration, mother-of-pearl, and other precious materials. Read more
Originating in France and Belgium in the 1880s, the style known as Art Nouveau (“New Art”) was characterized by whiplash curves, fluid lines, intricate patterns, and brilliant colors. Read more