Kenny Scharf Collaborates with Kiehl’s for Charity

By Stephanie Murg Comment

Following its colorful collaborations with Jeff Koons and KAWS, Kiehl’s Since 1851 has teamed up with Kenny Scharf. The L’Oreal-owned apothecary brand has launched a limited-edition collection of its famed Creme de Corps that features label artwork by the artist. Better still, Kiehl’s is donating 100% of the net profits from U.S. sales to RxArt, which brings contemporary art to healthcare facilities, as part of a broader effort to raise $200,000 for children’s charities worldwide. The lavishly labeled lotion is available in three sizes (come on, pop for the one-liter megabottle), and prices start at $29.50. “Continued use for 10 days will provide a skin texture heretofore unattainable,” promises Kiehl’s. Not in the market for moisturizer? Snag Scharf’s “Squirt” (pictured), a signature character that he’s made available in collectible form for the project.

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