Paris museums have begun asking design luminaries to commemorate the city's latest exhibits—and the pieces produced are works of art in their own right. Jacques Garcia's new Empire collection, created around the Louvre's Napoléon show, includes a divine set of gold vermeil bee earrings ($90), cuff links ($100), and bracelet ($210), plus a gold and garnet ring ($635). These items can be found at Paris museum shops or at www.museesdefrance.com.
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