Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Lowe and behold

Crème de la crème: 1. Nadine King and SJ Wai; 2. Lisa Brady and Louise Spotten; 3. Brendan O’Connor and Sarah Caden. (Pix. Brian McEvoy)

Friends of Kiehl’s and Temple Street University Children’s Hospital came together for a special evening hosted by Kiehl’s as they officially unveiled the Pearl and Daisy Lowe limited designed label for cult classic Crème de Corps, with a portion from each sale being donated to Temple Street University Children’s Hospital.

Almost 100 guests mingled at a champagne reception held at the Wicklow Street Kiehl’s Boutique. Maintaining its long-standing tradition of supporting children’s charities, Kiehl’s, the venerable New York-based purveyor of fine quality skin and hair care, is delighted with the partnership with Pearl & Daisy Lowe and has agreed to donate €2.50 (plus VAT) of the retail price of each 250ml (RRP €31) and 500ml (RRP €52) Crème de Corps.

Among the guests were Marietta Doran, Triona McCarthy, JJ Gibbons and Delan Leavy of The Daily Update. Irish soap star Aoibhinn Garrihy was joined by her on screen Dillon sister Aoibheann McCaul, RTE’s Brendan O’Connor was joined by his lovely wife Sarah Caden whilst Casey Bulmer of Quintessentially chatted to make-up artist SJ Wai, who was with her stunning sister Nadine King.

Available from 13 March 2012 at the Kiehl’s Boutique, 35 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2 and Dundrum Town Centre.