SOMETHING’S GOTTA GIVE
It’s said that it is better to give than to receive, but what if you can give and get a little something for yourself. Inspired by a life-altering experience of swimming with a mother and baby humpback whale, Australian swimsuit designer Lisa Blue donates 25% of all net profits to The Australian Whale Conservation Society. Paint yourself pretty with Chantecaille’s Papillons Eye Shade, and know that a portion of all profits work towards preserving and sustaining Monarch butterfly populations in North America. In addition to hosting a seven-day celebrity fueled motorcycle ride to promote Kiehl’s LifeRide for amfAR, the famed skincare outpost introduced a limited edition favorite of their Ultra Facial Cream. This past weekend Kiehl’s presented amfAR with a check for $100,000 for continued AIDS research. The Priority Art Boxes project is a public art series of cardboard boxes painted in vibrant colors that seeks to make “people reconsider their ability to influence change, communicate through art and make art accessible to people from all walks of life.”
Lisa Blue Mandala Bikini, Australian Whale Conservation Society. Chantecaille Papillons Eye Shade, Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary Foundation. Kiehl’s Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream that benefits amfAR. The Priority Boxes by visual artist Franck de Las Mercedes.