| The new school year will soon be here—and The Met Store is ready with fun “campus-style” apparel as well as bold, spirited pennants to decorate your space
| The Sydney, Australia–based company has teamed up with The Met Store on a line of popular hand-beaded bags. They share some thoughts about our special collaboration.
| In celebration of “Play It Loud,” these hand-stitched Dancing Bear accessories pay homage to the Grateful Dead
| Our range of distinctive Met Store products evokes the work of one of America's pre-eminent masters of the decorative arts
| Our new jewelry from New York City–based goldsmith Donna Distefano reimagines a set of neoclassical adornments from Italy
| The Met Store celebrates the great French Impressionist—and horticulturist—with a birthday bouquet
| Our products pay homage to the artist’s iconic “The Great Wave” woodblock print, one of the most beloved works in Japanese art
| 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
| The acclaimed designer gained lasting fame for her colorful printed textiles signed with a cheery ladybug
| Happy birthday to the gifted Russian jeweler (1846–1920), celebrated for his unparalleled luxury objects made for the crowned heads of Europe
| The Met Store presents a sneak peek into the world of “Manus x Machina” and a collection of accessories, jewelry, books, stationery, and more in celebration of The Costume Institute’s latest exhibition. Available online now.
| Notable works by women artists comprise a key part of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s holdings. This roundup features both celebrated and anonymous women in Met exhibitions over the past year