Kiehl’s Collaborates with Zimmerman, Ksubi and Sass & Bide for Christmas

| 15 November , 2011 | Reply

Kiehl\’s have collaborated with leading fashion designers, Zimmermann, ksubi and Sass & Bide to produce three Limited Edition Crème de Corps available exclusively for this holiday season!

With the shared vision to help to create a better future for Australian children this Christmas, the three iconic brands have each designed a unique and bold label for their chosen charity:

Via their initiative ‘The Shine Collective\’, sass & bide has chosen to honour Barnardos:

“We have worked hand in hand with Barnados for a long time and as helping under-privileged children is a passion of ours we were really excited by the opportunity to collaborate with such an amazing brand like Kiehl\’s, while focusing on our charity at the same time” comments designers Sarah-Jane Clarke and Heidi Middleton.

ksubi\’s charity War Child Australia features heavily in their design:

“War Child understand ksubi as a brand and our philosophies. Likewise we respect and acknowledge the work War Child undertake to protect, develop and support the survival rights for children and young people who are living with or recovering from the effects of armed conflict. We also both have similar brand history when it comes to collaborating with like-minded artists across both music and fashion” says George Gorrow of ksubi.

Starlight Children\’s Foundation will be supported by Zimmermann\’s floral design which is our favourite:

“The Starlight Children\’s foundation has always done amazing things to help kids in need. To contribute in some way to what they do is very important to Zimmermann” says Nicky Zimmermann

Proceeds from Kiehl\’s sale of each product in Australia will benefit the charity chosen by the three fashion houses and are available in-stores now, for your nearest stockist information, call (02) 9931 8888, or visit

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