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This Iconic Eames Chair Is Being Reissued in a New Color for the First Time in 20 Years

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In 1941, Charles and Ray Eames kicked off their design journey in sunny Los Angeles when they founded the Eames Office and produced some of the most significant contributions to architecture, furniture design, textiles, and beyond. Whether you personally own one of their iconic lounge chairs or simply appreciate the profound influence the husband-and-wife duo had on the industry, you’re in luck. MoMA Design Store and Eames Office are joining forces for an exclusive event, running September 7 to October 30, that will drop some exciting pieces, new and old, from the legendary duo.

From iconic furniture to playful decor, the curated selection of new products, exclusive reissues, and limited-edition colors at the MoMA Design Store is bound to grab the attention of any design history lover. (Read: They’ll probably sell out fast.) Among the standout items, look for the Eames Hang-It-All coatrack sporting a never-before-seen colorway in blue and red, as opposed to the traditional multihued varieties. The golden ochre Plywood Group LCW chair, which hasn’t been reissued since 1994 (!), is also a must-buy. The piece’s low, contoured form naturally cradles the body, but dressing the streamlined piece up with a throw pillow doesn’t hurt.

As far as accessories go, the Eames Blackwing pencil set, adorned with quotes from the creatives, is begging to have a place at your desk. Even skateboard aficionados have something to vie for with the limited-edition Dot Pattern Decks from Globe, all exclusively available at the MoMA Design Store. Grab a piece of the legacy while you can.