Gabriella Crespi, the Italian designer, sculptor, artist, glamor socialite created furniture of futuristic space-age aesthetics in the 70s and 80s. Among her clientele were such prolific personalities as Elizabeth Arden, Thomas Hoving, Princess Grace, Gunther Sachs, and the Shah of Iran. In New York, her furniture was sold in Casa Bella and Neiman Marcus. A renewed interest in her furniture and accessories in recent years, has brought her legacy into the territory of collectible design. In 1979, she created the Yang Yin collection, made of two contracting materials, such as ebony and brass, etc; Crespi stopped producing this collection in 1987.