On Saturday 8 December Kiehl’s celebrated the Kenny Scharf limited edition Creme de Corps collection at the Kiehl’s counter within Smith & Caughey’s Queen Street store. The iconic products feature a vibrant label designed by New York pop artist Kenny Scharf and for each product sold 100% of net profit will support Kiehl’s local charity, Garden To Table. Kiehl’s was joined on-counter by two talented art students from Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design as part of the global ‘Kiehl’s gives’ initiative. Whitecliffe Year 3 Fine Arts student Paris Kirby and Year 4 Fine Arts student Su-Hee Kang were on the counter throughout the day, creating their own interpretation of Scharf’s artwork. Both artworks are now being auctioned off on Trade Me with the proceeds of the auction going to Garden to Table.