Iradj Moini was an architect turned jewellery designer for Oscar de la Renta. His hand-made jewellery, made with materials such as copper, bone, wood, and crystals, was always large, voluminous, and intricately detailed. His motifs were floral compositions and figurines. He recycled the style elements of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, making each piece unique. His work is in the Louvre and the Metropolitan Museum in New York.