Kiehl’s was founded as an apothecary in New York’s East Village 165 years ago and they’ve been making the highest quality skin and hair products ever since.
Kiehl’s New York ice sculptures
To celebrate the launch of their new skincare range, Skinfluential, the brand threw an exclusive dinner party hosted by Jack Guinness and Pixie Geldof at Sexy Fish in Berkeley Square, London.
Of course, the Hamiltons were on hand to help create a fitting New York theme for the occasion with ice sculptures of the Statue of Liberty and the yellow taxi cabs adorning the tables.
Several celebrities from the showbiz and fashion worlds attended, including: Rafferty Law, Laura Whitmore, Maisie Williams and Zara Martin. The goodie bags didn’t look too shabby either…
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