Just in time for this holiday season, Kiehl’s and Disney are teaming up to donate 100% of the net profits of the new Disney x Kiehl’s collection (up to $100,000) to Feeding America. To raise awareness for Feeding America, Disney and Kiehl’s are partnering up. It’s staggering to know that one in six kids in America do not know where their next meal is coming from. For all excited buyers who are eager to help the world (and their skin), shop this awesome collaboration: the Special Edition Collection For A Cause ($45, donates 350 meals), the Special Edition Creme de Corps Grapefruit Whipped Body Butter ($38, donates 355 meals), the Special Edition Scented Hand Cream Trio ($35, donates 310 meals), and the Special Edition Hydration Essentials Gift Set ($29, donates 210 meals).
via Generation Gap 90s Fashion Ads Celebrity Kids Video Gap is back — and in a really big way. The iconic ’90s brand is joining the rest of today’s throwback brands who are wrangling the attention of Generation Z. But for Gap, the comeback approach is simple: Why not recreate the spot that put them on the map in the first place? In an ad that’s aptly dubbed ‘Generation Gap,’ the campaign features a talented band of celebrity offspring whose parents modeled in Gap ads themselves. Refinery29 spoke with model-musician Chelsea Tyler, daughter of Steven Tyler, about what it was like to follow in her father’s footsteps, and what Gap’s latest move is all about. (The Aerosmith frontman’s own Gap commercial featured him rocking out barefoot in 1997.) “It was such an awesome, raw depiction of him and Joe Perry, just being so ridiculous; I watched it again recently and died laughing,” Chelsea Tyler told us. “He didn’t do a lot of things like that back then. I don’t think those two worlds — fashion …
This Spring, Sephora is launching Disney Minnie Beauty. This seven-piece capsule collection includes everything from lip stains to eye shadow, and each product is embossed with Minnie’s signature ears and bow. Whether you’re a Disney fan or a makeup-lover, you’ll want to snag something from this lineup. Check out the entire collection, then get the products up on Sephora.com.com when they launch this April!
Enjoy the gift of giving, and shop for the pint-sized cuties on your list.
As the holidays fast approach, here are some ideas for your older kiddos – who are generally harder to please. Ideas start from an electric guitar to my favorite, the IO Hawk. Happy Shopping!
With emojis monopolizing the way we communicate on social media, how about getting our kids in on the fun with Emoji stickers. These are the most popular emojis as seen on most social media platforms.
Luxury timepieces are just as important as sustainable timepieces. Geneva-based company Altanus conducted a four year research that resulted in a 100 percent eco-friendly watch, called Patch. Available at selected stores, including Madl’Or Horlogerie – Bijouterie in Monte Carlo and Old Village in Brighton, England. Costs about $33 (24 euros).
Here are our top shops for toddlers in NYC. Bundle NYC, SoHo 128 Thompson Street (between Prince and Houston Streets) | New York, NY | 212 982 9465 Bundle NYC offers great new brands. Owner Allison MacCullough has a brilliant eye for selecting children’s clothes. Makie, Soho 109 Thompson Street (Between Prince and Spring Streets) | New York, NY 10012 | 212 625 3930 Japanese clothing designer Makie designs beautiful and covetable children’s clothing. Bu & The Duck, Tribeca 106 Franklin Street (between 6th Avenue & Broadway) | New York, NY 10013 | 212 431 9226 Bu & the Duck has an old-world feel to its store and selection. They sell handknitted sweaters, adorable dresses, cute hats, and well-made wooden toys. Firefly, Park Slope and South Street Seaport 240 Seventh Ave | Park Slope, Brooklyn | 718 965-3535 Firefly is a discount children’s wear depot founded by Andrea Simoneau, former ex-Wall Streeter and aunt of 24 nieces and nephews. …
Check out SPENT by Avis Cardella, a book about a woman with a shopping addiction. Spent by Avis Cardella is a timely, deeply personal, and shockingly dramatic exploration of our cultural need to spend, and of what happens when someone is consumed by the desire to consume. As someone fascinated with fashion and shopping, this was an incredibly personal story. The story is about Avis Cardella -who as a young girl devoured the glamorous images in her mother’s fashion magazines. She grew up to be one of the people in them, living a life that seemed to be filled with labels and luxury. But shopping had become a dangerous addiction. She chose Prada over food. Credit card debt blossomed like the ever-increasing pile of unworn shoes and clothing in the back of her closet. She defined herself by the things she owned and also lost herself in the mad hunt for the perfect pair of pants or purse that might make her feel whole.