American fried chicken king Colonel Harland Sanders was known for his iconic white suit. Kathleen Guzman sold it at auction. This is her story. Photo: Jean Chan

From KFC founder Colonel Sanders’ white suit to Antiques Roadshow – the life of America’s second ever female auctioneer

  • Kathleen Guzman sold Sanders’ suit for US$25,000 and says she loves the customers who bid with their hearts not their heads, often for quirky items
  • Having worked for some of the top auction houses in the world, she enjoys her stints on Antiques Roadshow, where a valuation can change a person’s life
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American fried chicken king Colonel Harland Sanders was known for his iconic white suit. Kathleen Guzman sold it at auction. This is her story. Photo: Jean Chan
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Christina Ko

Christina Ko

Hong Kong-based writer and editor Christina has covered the luxury scene for over a decade. She covers topics ranging from beauty and wellness to arts and culture. Formerly the editorial director of Prestige Hong Kong, she has written for various publications including Hong Kong Tatler, Discovery and Silverkris, as well as for clients such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Estee Lauder and Lane Crawford.