Sydney 21 January 2014
Kiehl’s Westfield Bondi Junction Alicia Keys KACA Collaboration Party images photos story; MiSociety
Alicia Keys collaborates with Kiehl’s to ‘Keep A Child Alive’
Kiehl’s, the international beauty brand, threw open the doors of their sparkling new Westfield Bondi Junction store to celebrate the company’s collaboration with international star Alicia Keys and KACA.
Alicia Keys is the founder of ’Keep A Child Alive’ (KACA) which supports children and families living with, and affected by, HIV/AIDS. In Australia100% of the net proceeds of the sale of the Limited Edition Midnight Recovery Concentrate will support Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, the sister charity to KACA.
Kiehl’s New York style party was a huge success under the watchful eye of ‘Mr Bones’ as lady DJ of the moment, Leah Simmons, spun Alicia Keys tunes. Canapés, courtesy of The Eastern’s new American style hamburger restaurant, GoodTime Burgers, were eagerly snapped up to be accompanied by Pommery champagne and CAPI beverages.
Kiehl’s started life as chemists back in 1851 and to this day their staff still carry on the tradition of the wearing of the ‘white coat’.
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