Ben Affleck graced the April cover of Esquire looking a little worked up. But, in the pages of the men's glossy, he exuded super sex appeal lounging in business attire in a fire engine red chair. While the man does have the looks, it was that hot piece of furniture that I couldn't take my eyes off of! I'd seen the chair before — many times, actually. Find out where when you read more.
The chair is the Eames La Chaise ($9,475). It was designed in 1948 by Charles and Ray Eames for a Museum of Modern Art competition called "Organic Design in Home Furnishings." As you can see, it has quite the voluptuous organic form. In fact, it was inspired by a female sculpture called "Floating Figure" by Gaston Lachaise. It's made of fiberglass, steel supports, and an oak base, and has been manufactured for the public by Vitra since 1991. Unfortunately, Vitra does not manufacture Affleck clones.