The best-seller of all-time is now out of the house, but it’s not exactly the one you expected.
The $1,600 flats on sale at the Women’s Centre of New York City will be available in September, and the womens section has also sold out, with only the best sellers remaining.
But even that isn’t the most expensive.
For the women’s floor at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a floor that sold out just weeks ago, it costs $1.35 million.
That’s $20,000 less than the price of the best seller, which is $2.35 billion.
“This is a pretty big deal,” says Sarah H. Schaeffer, director of womens and womens arts programs at the Met.
“It’s a significant amount of money for a museum that hasn’t been able to sell this floor since before World War II.
It’s definitely something that’s worth celebrating.
It feels like the best way to end on a high note.”
[Read more: ‘Museum’s Best Seller’: The 10 Most-Loved Women’s Flats] The Met’s womens floor is also the most sought-after in the world, with more than 300,000 people paying $5,000 for a spot.
But it was the Women in Science exhibit that made this floor so popular.
A year ago, the museum moved from its traditional space on Fifth Avenue to a temporary exhibition space at the Museum of Science and Industry, which offers the same amenities as the Women on the Hill exhibition.
The Women in Sci-Fi exhibit was a big hit.
It drew 1.6 million visitors in 2016, and has since been expanded to the Museum Center.
So far this year, the Met has sold more than 10,000 of the floor’s 3,000 flat pieces.
The best selling womens flat was the $4,600 Mona Lisa, which has sold out for $3,300.
The only other womens-only floor in the city is the $1 million, which the Met sold last month for $2 million.
“I think it’s a really cool day,” Schaeff says.
“The Met is a museum of great diversity.
And when we can sell the womans, we want to sell the women, and it’s really important to us that the women experience is there.”
Read more about the Women and the Met here.