All-Clad Metalcrafters Debuts New d7™ Stainless Collection Available Exclusively At Williams-Sonoma

Durable seven-ply bonded construction delivers unmatched heat conduction and retention capabilities for consistent results each time

Aug 03, 2015, 09:00 ET from All-Clad

WEST ORANGE, N.J., Aug. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- All-Clad Metalcrafters, LLC, the undisputed cookware choice of top restaurant chefs and serious home cooks, is thrilled to debut its new All-Clad d7 Stainless Collection—a full line of robust and long-lasting cookware featuring All-Clad's patented d7 technology—which will be available in August 2015 exclusively at Williams-Sonoma.

Weighing 25% less than enameled cast iron, All-Clad's d7 Stainless Collection's durable seven-ply construction delivers doubly even heat conduction for precise browning and searing, and proficiency in retaining heat for supreme slow-cooking. 

All-Clad remains the premier cookware choice of award-winning culinary masters in kitchens around the world, including that of new All-Clad d7 Stainless Collection Chef Ambassador, Gavin Kaysen. All-Clad's Chef Ambassador Program features a select group of celebrated chefs who play an integral role in product development and testing, as well as recipe creation so as to inspire All-Clad users to explore new culinary techniques and ingredients.

"Throughout my career, I've trusted All-Clad's high-performance cookware in creating exceptional cuisine, both in my professional kitchens and at home," said All-Clad d7 Stainless Collection's Michelin-star Chef Ambassador, Gavin Kaysen, who earned global recognition as executive chef and director of culinary operations for Daniel Boulud in New York City and Toronto. "All-Clad's new d7 technology offers unmatched heat conduction and retention capabilities for greater control and superior results at every task, from whipping up a Béarnaise to slow-cooking a traditional Sunday meal for the family," continued Kaysen, a James Beard Award-winner and owner of Spoon and Stable Restaurant in Minneapolis, Minn.

"Using the precise combination of layered stainless steel and aluminum for superior consistency, our patented d7 technology sets a new benchmark in quality cookware," stated Michele Lupton, Marketing Communications Director of All-Clad. "We're thrilled to debut a full line of this revolutionary new cookware with our All-Clad d7 Stainless Collection."

At launch, the All-Clad d7 Stainless Collection will include seven items featuring flared edges for drip-free pouring, secure ergonomic handles for safe and easy handling, and beautiful stainless steel exteriors. For added versatility, all pieces are available individually. Additional line extensions include a 12" skillet, 3.5-quart cocotte, and 4-quart braiser.

The All-Clad d7 Stainless Collection will be available exclusively at Williams-Sonoma retail stores throughout the U.S. and Canada and online at williams-sonoma.com starting in August 2015; prices range from $160.00 - $420.00 for individual pieces to $1,095.00 for the seven-piece set. 

For additional information about this latest release from All-Clad, please contact 5W Public Relations or visit AllClad.com.

About All-Clad
All-Clad is the undisputed cookware choice of top restaurant chefs and serious home cooks. Born in the United States steel age in 1967 as Clad Metals, All-Clad originally specialized in formulating bonded metals for a variety of industries. Since it was established as All-Clad Metalcrafters in 1971, every piece of its bonded cookware has been handcrafted through a revolutionary process, using a proprietary recipe of metals to provide the best cooking performance. Today, All-Clad's signature cookware continues to be proudly handcrafted by American artisans in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, with American-made steel the same way it was four decades ago. No detail is overlooked in crafting All-Clad cookware, and that is what makes it a true original. All-Clad Metalcrafters offers several collections of bonded cookware, kitchen tools, electrics, and gourmet accessories. All-Clad can be found in specialty cookware and department stores in the United States and Canada. For more information, visit AllClad.com.

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