'Tis the time for giving, and let the latest collaboration from Kiehl's be at the top of your shopping list. This year, the iconic brand has teamed up with pop surrealist Kenny Scharf to donate $200,000 to children's charities worldwide. Scharf created a new work called "Globo Mundo" for the project, which he described as "representing the whole world or globe; inspired by Kiehl's, its patrons, and their work in communities around the world."
When you purchase the limited-edition Creme de Corps lotion ($30-$75) or the Soy Milk & Honey Whipped Body Butter ($38) wrapped in the colorful design, 100 percent of net US profits will benefit RxArt, an organization that focuses on placing fine art in hospitals to inspire patients.
In the past, Kiehl's has collaborated with artistic stars like Jeff Koons and Brian Donnelly to outfit its Creme de Corps collection for charity. And this year the collection has Scharf's legendary comic imagery flair. Every vanity deserves a piece of this pop art, especially with such a worthy cause attached.