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Todd Snyder x The Met Cropped Degas Shirt

Todd Snyder + The Met


Our classic Camp Collar Shirt gets a unique update in a limited-edition collab with The Met. Todd’s reimagined the traditional silhouette with a boxier, slightly cropped fit and a silky tencel fabric, resulting in a shirt that’s meant to drape well and show off your trousers. The shorter length also serves to balance the collaged print in a chic, modern way. Three paintings by Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917) in The Met collection—The Collector of Prints (1866), James-Jacques-Joseph Tissot (1867–68), andView of Saint-Valéry-sur-Somme (1896–98)—share an earthy color story that mirrors the Todd Snyder aesthetic. Fun fact: the background of this shirt, between the paintings, is made up of a repeating pattern of Degas’s brushstrokes.

As part of its mission tocollect, study, conserve, and present significant works of art across time and cultures in order to connect all people to creativity, knowledge, ideas, and one another, The Metropolitan Museum of Art invited Toddto design a wearable, art-inspired collection. “The colors and brushstrokes of Van Gogh, Degas, and Manet feel incredibly modern, incredibly relevant,” says Todd of the pieces he chose to adapt for this unique collaboration.

  • 100% Tencel
  • Cropped, Boxy Fit
  • Full Button-Through Front
  • One Chest Pocket
  • Side Seam Vents
  • Fabric From Turkey
  • Garment Made in Mauritius
  • Style SH810358