May is National Missing Children’s Month, and our friends at Kiehl’s have partnered with Jeff Koons and the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC) to help raise awareness and funds for missing children.

Jeff has created two original pieces of art with Kiehl’s for the cause:

  1. A Limited Edition Kiehl’s x Jeff Koons collectible tin for customers, and
  2. A public art installation, Seated Ballerina, in Rockefeller Center New York for all.

Kiehl’s will donate 100% of net profits from the sales of any product in their Midnight Recovery Collection, up to $100,000, to benefit ICMEC. Any customer who purchases any of the three items in the range will be able to take home the collectible tin as their own work of art from one of the foremost internationally recognized American contemporary artists.


The Midnight Recovery Collection is:

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