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One Kings Lane debuts designer series beach towels
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May '13
One Kings Lane, the leading online destination for home, debuts the limited-time-only Designer Series Beach Towels in partnership with eight renowned designers. Proceeds from the exclusive Designer Series Beach Towels will benefit eight philanthropic causes chosen by each of the participants.

The collection features 32 fashionable beach towels designed by Tracy Reese, Celerie Kemble, Chrissie Miller , Jenni Kayne , Rebecca Minkoff , Steven Alan , Nanette Lepore and Robert Verdi . 

"These designers have taken a beach basic and put their distinctive flair on a chic summer essential you won't find anywhere else," said Susan Feldman, One Kings Lane co-founder and chief merchandising officer.  "We've made it easy for our shoppers to join these designers' charitable efforts while lounging stylishly all summer long."

Whether poolside or on the beach, the One Kings Lane Designer Series Beach Towels feature bright, bold and unabashedly fun beach towels for every style.  From the punchy prints of Tracy Reese to the worldly patterns of Nanette Lepore , the One Kings Lane Designer Series Beach Towels and charity partners include:

About One Kings Lane:

One Kings Lane is a leading online destination for the home that connects daily design inspiration with a fresh collection of select home goods, designer and vintage items you won't find anywhere else. One Kings Lane works directly with leading home brands, antique and vintage dealers and designers to bring the very best products at exceptional prices to its members – every day of the week.

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