Inside the Decidedly Non-Zen World of the First Kiehl's Spa
- The view from the corner
- The windows wrap around 64th Street.
- When you walk into the concierge area, you're greeted by a wall of merchandise in very un-spa-like colors.
- Look at that face. Don't you just want to trust this guy with all your apothecary needs?
- The space is long and narrow, railroad-style.
- The men's chairs are by motorcycle designer Paul Cox.
- A closer look at the mural in the men's grooming section
- You can see Lexington Avenue from the men's grooming area, but you can't hear it.
- The Rainforest Room. David LaChapelle took that photo of his farm in Maui.
- A high-tech dermatological gizmo in the middle of the jungle
- It's like a spice rack for facialists!
- Two of the three rooms come equipped with showers.
- The Adventure Room. Note the Mojave Desert on the wall.
- All of the rooms have chandeliers and tin ceilings. That's Mount Everest in the background.
- The third and smallest room pays homage to Kiehl's history.
- Antique chairs in the lounge