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    Milan Report: New Product Roundup

    The first day at the the Milan fair showed that, like in years past, everyone is putting their best (new) product foot forward like the uber cool Banjooli chair, above, by Sebastian Herkner for Moroso. Introductions of new lines, products and collaborations ranging from Knoll to Dedon and Moooi to Emeco are among the must-see collections, while big names such as Rem Koolhaas, Philippe Starck and Ross Lovegrove drew large crowds.

    Interior Design's web editor Meghan Edwards spent the first day touring part of the massive furniture fair, capturing a few standout new products in the attached slideshow. Look for more Milan Reports as part of Interior Design's daily coverage of the fair and Design Week. Also check out our Facebook and Twitter pages for real-time images, news and videos.

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