Celebs, Kiehl’s and a great cause

December 10, 2010, 8:03 pm

Yesterday, Kiehl’s Since 1851 honoured world-renowned artist Jeff Koons with a special holiday celebration and presented $225,000 to The Koons Family Institute—an initiative of The International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children. Kiehl’s raised the funds through the sales of its Jeff Koons-designed Limited Edition Creme de Corps collection. The event was held at Kiehl’s flagship store at 109 Third Avenue at 13th Street in New York City. Dozens of celebrities came out to show their support for the cause, including REM’s Michael Stipe, actor Kyle MacLachlan, model Kim Stolz, ELLE’s creative director Joe Zee, Dexter‘s Michael C. Hall and The Sartorialist blogger Scott Schuman.

It’s so inspiring to see companies like Kiehl’s giving back, don’t you think? Tweet me your thoughts!

XO Natasha





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