A designer bedroom set, antique paintings, two exquisite French mirrors, fine china, clothes and accouterments by Dolce & Gabbana, Diane von Furstenberg, Manolo Blahnik, a one-of-akind Alexandra Wright and a Louis Vuitton satchel to die for . . .
Hundreds of shopaholics have already rummaged through former Houston Mayor Bob Lanier's and his wife Elyse's belongings at Judy Robinson's showroom at the Houston Design Center. If you want to head east to see what you can grab, there's good stuff left — that's if you are on the market for custom decorative art, haute couture and timeless odds and ends — and the sale ends Saturday at 6:00 p.m.
CultureMap's Shelby Hodge reported that the high-profile couple had sold their 13,386-square-foot River Oaks manor in March. Moving into an Inwood Manor condominium didn't leave much room for 27 years of accumulated possessions.
CultureMap interviewed auctioneer Doyen Robinson, who gave us a video tour (above) and showed us what's up for grabs in this rare look at life as a one percenter.