The Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute—long known for throwing the Vogue/CFDA gala that allows all of Hollywood to prance around in ball gowns—has finally put its entire collection online for browsing. While the website is a bit unwieldy, it is a fantastic resource for all things clothes. According to WWD, the project is eight years in the making, and features almost 30,000 pieces for inspection. A search for “Chanel” alone reveals fourteen pages of cocktail ensembles dating back to the 20s. Another for “brooch” is just as fruitful, especially a gorgeous silver, gold, and carnelian number that was used to fasten togas in Rome in the 2nd Century.