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For Some Reason, We’re Still Obsessed With Mid-Century Design. Why?

“Art Nouveau, 1920s Spanish and shabby chic were all looks that the cognoscenti embraced at one time or another, but never for this long. It’s as if the mechanism that refreshes cultural trends every few years has developed a glitch...
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