The Kermit Collection is a brand name under which Muppet merchandise was sold during the late 1990s and early 2000s, using Kermit the Frog as the brand mascot. Companies that contributed to the Kermit Collection included Applause, A La Carte, Igel/JuniorToys and the San Francisco Music Box Company.

The line, originally intended as an upscale brand, began with a set of Kermit ties in 1993, as well as Kermit baseball caps and cookie jars in 1994. The line really picked up in 1996, when Applause introduced a long series of Muppet toys and housewares. While Kermit was the focus of the line, occasionally Miss Piggy, Animal and Fozzie items were made. When Igel/JuniorToys started making Muppet merchandise for the European market, the other main Muppet characters were represented as well.

Some of the high-end products, like the GlassMasters suncatcher and the Bernardaud trinket boxes, were labeled "Kermit Signature Collection".

Other Muppet brand names from this period include the downscale Muppets Inc, which lasted from 1996 to 1998, and Green on Green, a line of golf merchandise released in 1995.