Kiehl’s, a skin care brand that originated in a pharmacy and was founded in New York in 1851 and draws its strength from nature and science, has organized a partnership with the Koruncuk Foundation, which supports girls whose basic needs and access to education are at risk, with its protective and healing models, for the second time as part of the ‘Good for Children’ project. met. The ‘Good for Children’ project was introduced on Monday, June 5th at MOMO Bebeköy with a pleasant invitation.
L’Oréal Luxe General Manager Ufuk Batur, Koruncuk Foundation Board of Trustees and Chairman Atty. Dr. Z. Figen Samuray, Kiehl’s Turkey Brand Manager Merve Salihoğlu, Kiehl’s brand face Burcu Biricik and illustrator Robin Yayla attended the event, Jülide Berkman, Şule Argüder, Arzu Kunt, İlkem Öztürk, Ebru Altay, Burcu Şendir, Ezgi from fashion and society life. Names such as Kamadan, Eliz Fındık, Pınar Haciarifoğlu, Arzu Özal, Aysun Yıldız Güngör participated. At the invitation, the steps taken for the future of girls were discussed and the illustrations that illustrator Robin Yayla brought to life for the ‘Good Future for Children’ project were discovered.
Kiehl’s is taking valuable steps to meet the education, shelter and basic needs of girls aged 10-18, who were affected by the earthquake, with the ‘Good Future for Children’ project, implemented in cooperation with the Koruncuk Foundation. As the first step, Kiehl’s, which supports the education and basic needs of girls, supported by the Koruncuk Foundation both in Koruncukköy and with their families, with cash assistance, has created a new partnership with illustrator Robin Yayla, known for its digital illustrations, in order to maximize the benefit of this cooperation and solidarity with the Koruncuk Foundation. signed a collaboration.
Bringing new interpretations to well-known architectural structures, cities and museums, illustrator Robin Yayla met with Kiehl’s and Koruncuk Foundation on behalf of the ‘Good Future for Children’ project. Robin Yayla, who makes architectural structures visible from a different perspective in her works, has created two different illustrations, inspired by the belief that girls should have a bright and safe future.
Cloth bags produced with the works of Robin Yayla within the scope of the ‘Better Future for Children’ project, which is believed to raise awareness for a better and safer future for our girls, will be on sale at selected Kiehl’s stores and kiehls.com.tr between the week of June 19th. All income from this sale will be donated to the Koruncuk Foundation in order to contribute to the girls at the secondary and secondary education (high school) level who have been affected by the earthquake, supported by the Koruncuk Foundation.