| 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
| Acclaimed for her expressive portraits, the famed eighteenth-century French painter wrapped her subjects in crimson luxury
| In a series of important exhibitions this fall, the Met celebrates African culture, history, and art across the centuries. From Egypt to the Congo, from South Africa to Angola, our galleries feature rarely seen masterpieces of sculpture, jewelry, photography, textiles, and more, reflecting over 4,000 years of artistry
| The second great era of ancient Egyptian culture was a transformational period of remarkable prosperity and unparalleled change
| The pearl has been a cherished adornment for millennia. Emblematic of classic style and refinement, its lustrous beauty is eternal.