Aviva Stanoff: Chasing a Dream of a Design Empire

Hubbell, Leesa
April 2004
Surface Design Journal;Spring2004, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p38
Trade Publication
Features the textile fabrics designed by Aviva Stanoff. Description on the sizes and color of the pillows; Assessment on the quality of products; Prices of the items.


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