Rare Earth

Kiehl’s has been raising funds for the Waterkeeper Alliance for 30 years (ever since the Kennedy’s were shopping in the New York store and hooked them up with the cause)

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At a great to-do at the Santa Monica store more money was raised to keep the water clean. Well-put-together folks packed the Montana Avenue shop for tunes (Paul Sevigny spinning a great set) and nibbles (Akasha) and to check out products, fronted by Michael C. Hall and Chloë Sevigny, whose proceeds will benefit the cause—Kiehl’s Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque. Hall, Sevigny, and Kiehl’s president Chris Salgardo presented a big $100,000 check to clean water do-gooder Liz Crosson of Santa Monica Baykeeper, a branch of the Waterkeeper Alliance. Who did we see mingling around the products? Sam Trammell, Gilles Marini, Kristin Cavallari, Giuliana Rancic, and Mario Lopez. “Charitable causes take a lot of work and a lot of time, but they are worth it,” said Salgardo.

Photos courtesy Joe Scarnici/WireImage
 

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