BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We never know quite what to make of Kiehl’s. The old fashioned bottles and employees wearing white coats always seems a bit odd, but the stuff works. Or so we think. We keep buying it so it can’t be bad.
All that aside, Kiehl’s is opening its first stand-alone store in Boca Raton’s Town Center Mall and is kicking off the opening with a major event Wednesday night, February 17th, benefiting Florence Fuller Child Development Centers.
Attendees will meet Kiehl’s president Chris Salgardo who will sign copies of “Manmade: the Essential Skincare and Grooming Reference for Every Man,” (yes, we never heard of him or the book before receiving the press release), but most importantly attendees will receive Lip Balm #1 — which must be good because it’s packaged to look old fashioned and is sold to you by someone wearing a white coat.
The event gets under way at 6pm Wednesday night, February 17th, and runs until 8p. The new Kiehl’s is located by Saks, across from Tiffany’s. Note that this is a new stand-alone location, not a Kiehl’s counter in a department store.
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