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Social Pics: Kiehls Christmas Celebration At The Kiehls Boutique, Wicklow Street

14th Nov 2017

This Christmas season, an amazing collaboration emerges between two American heritage icons – Kiehl’s Since 1851, the 166-year-old purveyor of the finest skincare and Mickey Mouse, one of the world’s most beloved celebrities.  This one-of-a-kind collaboration gives skincare lovers the opportunity to secure a special edition item – Kiehl’s iconic Crème de Corps, fully adorned with Mickey Mouse at the famed original Kiehl’s flagship store.

Ireland’s loyal following of this cult New York skincare brand came out in force to get a first glimpse at the limited edition bottle. Familiar faces included Aoibhín Garrihy was joined by her mum Claire, and Fair City Actress pal Aoibhinn McCaul is looking forward to the festive season.



“This special edition collection celebrates two “true originals” Kiehl’s and Mickey Mouse,” stated Maria Gustafson, Head of Global Creative for Kiehl’s Since 1851. “We are thrilled that through this exclusive capsule collection, we can further delight Kiehl’s and Mickey Mouse fans alike.”

Guests sipped into the festive season on cocktail selection of Merry Ho Ho margarita and a Snow White Gin-infused cocktail, whilst bite-sized treats included lamb koftas with pomegranate glaze and micro coriander; mini tartlets with poached pear, Cashel blue, baby leaf spinach and toasted pecans; free-range marinated chicken on bamboo skewers with lemon, rosemary & thyme, served with an aioli dip; beetroot hummus on toasted sourdough with toasted mixed seeds. They completed the evening with mini Belgian chocolate bombs with sweetened cream, fresh blueberries and borage flower.

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