Kenny Scharf Collaborates with Kiehl’s for Charity

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By Stephanie Murg Comments

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.