In 1966, Herman Miller introduced the Dash Ninety-Nine, a variation of the Eames Molded Fiberglass Shell Chair that combines a vacuum-molded pad of Alexander Girard's Hopsak fabric, Décor Royal Naugahyde, and one-inch foam. According to the original advertisement, "Girard has selected the fabrics for the Dash Ninety-Nine and the recommended Hopsak/naugahyde combinations which are both subtle and welcome the task of accent or harmony." #shellspotting #Eames #AlexanderGirard #WHYHM
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