Interpreting the sunburst motif from a turn of the century ballgown into a billowing, erupting design.
Inspired by a group of mosiac tesserae, our design interprets the polychromy into embroidery.
Kinrande is inspired by a Ming-era cobalt blue and gold pot in the Met’s collection. The gold and bronze motif is embroidered onto a marine blue linen/cotton ground.
The design of an elaborately beaded collar from the Tomb of Wah is reinterpreted as a serpentine motif for the Met x Ann Gish collaboration.
Tree of Life Collection
Inspired by a vernacular American quilt from the 19th Century, our Tree of Life duvet sets are made of 100% cotton and are Oeko-Tex certified.
Ancient Near East
Inspired by a decorative boss from the Ancient Near East, our Anatolia sheeting features a decorative jacquard band on Oeko-Tex certified cotton.
European Sculpture and Decorative Arts
Inspired by a pink and gold Minton moon flask, this colorway of our Jardin Fleur collection is warm and rich.
Arts of Africa, Oceana, and the Americas
Winged Runner Pillow
The Winged Runner draws it’s inspiration from an ancient Peruvian ear ornament. The anthropomorphic figure depicted in a micro-mosaic of turquoise, mother of pearl and shell is brought to life in vibrant embroidery.
Inspired by Egyptian and Iranian tiles, Inzik’s elegant floral motif in a classic white and indigo color palette translates beautifully to textile for the Met x Ann Gish collaboration.
The Met's celebrated European Paintings collection encompasses more than 2,500 works of art from the thirteenth through the early twentieth century.