Searching for the Perfect Chair at a New York City Design Show

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New York City is known for its sense of style and fashion, making it a popular destination within the design community.

That's where the yearly event Wanted Design comes in.

It's a place where designers and manufacturers come to see and learn about innovative new pieces.

For Fusion's Alex Alvarez, it was the perfect place to find the perfect chair. Check out her quest above.

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