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  • Samantha Brooks

Introduced in 1973, Ligne Roset’s celebrated Togo sofa recently marked its 40th birthday. To commemorate the success of the piece—more than 1.3 million versions have been sold worldwide—the 154-year-old brand has released its Togo two-seater chaise. It bears the original’s signature form, which is meant to evoke the folding of a less-than-full tube of toothpaste. Numerous colors and a new houndstooth pattern, Alcantara Roma ($4,395 as shown), are available.

Ligne Roset, 212.253.5629, www.ligne-roset-usa.com

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