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Kiehl’s X Jonny Wan at Singapore Changi Airport

Kiehl's collaboration with Johnny Wan

Known for his bold and diverse style, in his designs Wan has depicted a pig named Lucky who travels from New York City to Singapore to celebrate the Lunar New Year with his family and friends.

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Born in Sheffield, UK, Johnny Wan graduated from the Manchester School of Art in 2008 and has been working as a freelance illustrator since. With a fascination for all things ancient, he has developed a diverse style working across advertising, editorial and publishing.

Creating bold and graphic pieces of work that reflect his interest in Art Deco is a process of alchemy Jonny loves exploring. His previous clients have included Ford, Audi, Kidrobot, Microsoft and Nokia.

The brand’s iconic products, Ultra Facial Cream, Calendula Herbal Extract Alcohol-Free Toner and Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado, will be available in limited-edition Lunar New Year packaging designed by the illustrator.

With the pop-up taking place in Singapore, Kiehl’s will be bringing the Merlion statue into Changi Airport especially for the occasion to welcome travelers right after their flight lands. A Lunar New Year-themed virtual reality motorcycle and a fortune card machine will also be on site to engage customers with the most immersive Lunar New Year experience.

Kiehl’s believes that a worldwide international company must have a purpose for its existence, to go beyond the everyday work, and improve the community that Kiehl’s serves.

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For each purchase at the pop-up store, Kiehl’s will donate 1 SGD to Singapore NPO, ZEROWASTESG. The pop-up will also work alongside the BUY Your Own Bag program (BYOB) to educate and remind shoppers to bring their own reusable bag and to make using reusable bags a social norm.

 

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