If you're into it, it's in the V&A

From Crocs to ceramic cats, gauntlets to gold bangles, that Harry Styles cardigan and everything in between.

If you like it, collect it, or even just want to see it again for that nostalgic feeling, if you're into it, it's in the V&A.

Explore over 2.8 million objects online, including some you might not expect.

(Left to Right:) Tureen, manufactured by Hannong's pottery factory, about 1754 – 1762, Strasbourg. Museum no. C.211&A-1951. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Camera, manufactured by E. Leitz. Museum no. RPS.1116:1-2018. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London; 'JVC Videosphere', JVC Ltd, about 1970, Japan. Museum no. W.661:1-2001. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Museum no. W.661:1 to 4-2001. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Crocs, shoes, by Crocs, 2007, Italy. Museum no. B.188:1 to 5-2009. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Have you seen these?

Did you know that the 'Papillon' ring was donated to the V&A by the one and only Queen Bey? Or that the fabulous Djinn chair appeared in Stanley Kubrick’s space epic 2001: A Space Odyssey? Or that the IKEA bag of dreams was designed in collaboration with streetwear trailblazer Virgil Abloh? Whether you're a devotee of the classics or a fan of the unconventional, it's all here – fashion, furniture, jewellery, photography and beyond.

(Left to Right:) Cardigan. Museum no. T.80-2021. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London; "SCULPTURE" bag, designed by Abloh, Virgil, made for IKEA, 2019. Museum no. CD.12-2020. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Bust of Shakespeare, produced to advertise Flowers Ales , mid 20th century, Great Britain. Museum no. S.2494-1986. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Papillon, ring, designed by Glenn Spiro, 2014. Museum no. M.1-2018. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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