The gallery of furniture dealer Alan Moss has become a New York institution and one of the most favorite sources for local interior designers and architects. While Moss has presented furniture and objects from the twenties through the fifties, he is particularly known for promoting the taste for French Art Moderne. Last night, I attended the reception by Wright Chicago with Richard Wright and Michael Jefferson whom I always love seeing, and who will be auctioning Moss' collection just before he is retiring. I loved this pair of chairs by Robert Guillerme and Jacques Chambron, which Moss upholstered with material he acquired at a factory for stuffed animals. And it is super cozy and comfortable too.