MOOB, the reversed word of boom which means tree in Dutch, is a design label that’s specialized in creating wood slices. All the slices are made of common oak wood (Quercus Robur) derived from different Dutch forests. The wood is sustainably…
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Cecil Beaton, The New Soft Look, 1951. Photographed against a Pollock painting at the Betty Parsons show in March, 1951. Courtesy Vogue, © 1951 by The Condé Nast Publications.
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