Have you heard? AGA RANGEMASTER has named Kathryn M. Ireland, celebrated interior designer and style guru, the North American Brand Ambassador for the luxury appliance manufacturer, an obvious and well-deserved selection. This appointment comes after a long and productive history of collaboration between the two British powerhouses.
Kathryn was a clear candidate because of her longstanding enthusiasm for and adoration of AGA. Ireland says, "Having grown up with AGA ranges and, in fact, having learnt how to cook on them, it's an incredible honor for me to be awarded the role of Brand Ambassador."
Recently, Ireland was honored at a dinner in New York celebrating her new post.
This elegant gathering boasted a list of some of the design world's elite including Kathryn M. Ireland herself, Eileen Slattery (Marketing Director of AGA), Michael Bruno, Alessandra Branca, Steven Gambrel, Margaret Russell, Todd Klein, Hunt Slonen, James Gould, amongst many others.
As part of her new appointment, Ireland will travel the US and Canada appearing as a spokesperson for the brand. Additionally, she will host events including both intimate dinners and larger cocktail parties at her new 8,000 square foot studio in Culver City, where a spectacular spread of AGA appliances is already prominently featured.
The CEO of the AGA Rangemaster Group stated that Kathryn is the perfect choice "to get the message across that AGA is a relevant, practical product for today's American family."
Take a look at Kathryn in her home with her claret-colored AGA…
And here she is with her newer pistachio AGA!
Her kitchen matches her personality!
The AGA stove was first introduced in 1929 by Dr. Gustaf Dalen. Because his wife was so exhausted by cooking tasks, he was inspired to create a stove capable of "every culinary technique." God love him.
Pinterest has plenty of kitchen images featuring the AGA...
I think I want one.
What color would you choose?
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