Trina Turk, Chef Seamus Mullen team up with CorningWare

Rosemont, Ill. – For the second year at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Sept. 4-11 in New York City, CorningWare will co-host Fashion Kitchen, an exclusive event with fashion designer Trina Turk and award-winning Chef Seamus Mullen.

Known for her dynamic use of color, signature prints, and love of at-home entertaining, Turk will share tips for fashionable entertaining with vivid colors, while Mullen will serve up recipes prepared in CW by CorningWare bakeware.

"I love to host and am excited to work with the line-up of CW by CorningWare products to showcase how to embrace color when entertaining with versatility and ease,” said Turk.

The new CW by CorningWare line from World Kitchen can go from oven to table and aims to bring more color to the table. The collection is available in a variety of colors including pool blue, curry yellow, sprout green, vermillion red and twilight purple, complementary to Turk's designs.

In conjunction with the event, the Fashion Kitchen Sweepstakes is ongoing through Aug. 17. Entrants can vie for a chance to win the weekly Fashion Kitchen giveaway of CW by CorningWare and Boutique by Corelle products and the grand prize trip for two to attend Fashion Kitchen at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week co-hosted by Turk and Mullen.

To learn more about Fashion Kitchen, enter to win a trip to the event at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week and view the official sweepstakes rules, visit the CorningWare Facebook page:

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