One Kings Lane Launches Container Sale

Designer Nathan TurnerDesigner Nathan Turner

NEW YORK-One Kings Lane has debuted the Container Sale, a concept featuring unique products from different locations throughout the world.

The first Container Sale took place on April 16, and spotlighted housewares and home accessories which were hand-picked by designer Nathan Turner on a trip to India with Susan Feldman, co-founder with Alison Pincus of One Kings Lane. It occurred at The Standard, New York Hotel here, and included (along with Turner, Feldman and Pincus) designers Martyn Lawrence Bullard and Kathryn Ireland. It was hosted by Andy Cohen, executive vice president of original programming for Bravo TV.

According to a One Kings Lane statement, the Container Sale will be an ongoing feature involving Feldman's travels to exotic locations with interior designers. Future events on the schedule include a sale of items Ireland discovered on a recent trip with Feldman to Marrakech, and antiques selected by Bullard and Feldman on a trip to London.

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