DESIGNERS WELL MET: This September, the Metropolitan Museum of Art store will unveil a trio of jewelry collaborations. Robert Lee Morris created a 24-karat gold overlay lineup inspired by his own designs, including some in The Costume Institute archives, while Isaac Manevitz of Ben-Amun did two collections — both inspired by the modernist work of jeweler Art Smith at the Brooklyn Museum — fashioned from semiprecious stones and brass with a palladium overlay. “We wanted to bring some newness and something contemporary to the store,” said Michael Nash, the Met’s product development manager. The collections, which will be exclusive to the museum, range from $75 to $395, at retail.
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