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“Art-inspired apparel provides an unmatched opportunity for creative expression through personal style,” said Josh Romm, Head of Licensing & Partnerships at The Met.
Pacsun has launched its third collection with The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The latest collaboration features artwork depicting iconic locales across the state – including the Statue of Liberty, the Hudson River and Governors Island – across men’s and women’s apparel, while also referencing a selection of works from The Met collection.
“We are thrilled to present our third collaboration with the prestigious Metropolitan Museum of Art, showcasing new styles that pay homage to the vibrant city of New York,” said Richard Cox, VP of Men’s Merchandising at Pacsun.
“By bridging fashion and art, we ignite a sense of creativity and cultural appreciation among our community. Additionally, we are excited that for the first time we are providing online early access to the collection for purchases made with Apple Pay, before we make it available more broadly tomorrow.”
Josh Romm, Head of Licensing & Partnerships at The Met, added: “Art-inspired apparel provides an unmatched opportunity for creative expression through personal style.
“This third collection with Pacsun exemplifies our shared goal of bringing famous works of art to everyday life, engaging audiences with The Met collection outside the walls of the museum. We are proud to continue working with Pacsun and look forward to launching inspiring designs in the future.”
Beanstalk, The Met’s brand licensing agency, arranged the collaboration for The Met x Pacsun.
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