Gilded Cells sponsors Michael Costello at New York Fashion Week 2015

San Francisco Based Pharmaceutical Company to Launch Gilded Cells in the US

The San Francisco based pharmaceutical company, Gilded Cells, will be launching its Generation One line of anti-aging skin care technology at the Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week in New York City.

Gilded Cells was born from a group of scientists at the California Institute of Quantitative Biosciences (qb3) in San Francisco, California, USA. Gilded Cells is dedicated to understanding the cellular mechanisms of aging in the skin and developing novel biotechnologies to help stop and reverse these cellular aging processes.  Generation One, the first set of products in the Gilded Cells pipeline, is a series of cosmeceutical grade formulations straight to market that introduces Gilded Cells’ innovative biotechnology to the consumer. 

Gilded Cells also actively supports designers, scientists, artists and musicians around the globe.  Gilded Cells has partnered with key collaborators to expand the brand globally and to enable Gilded Cells to sponsor and support artists by providing them with an international platform to share their works and their vision. This year Gilded Cells will be sponsoring renowned designer, Michael Costello, at the Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week.    In addition to sponsoring Costello’s vision for his line, Gilded Cells will be providing custom gift bags at the show, which include the four formulations of Generation One line to all attendees of the Costello show. 

Gilded Cells will also provide on their Inside GC platform on their webpage exclusive behind the scenes coverage of the Costello showroom, the fashion show in New York City and will provide the first 50 Gilded Cells subscribers their own New York Fashion Week Gilded Cells gift bag.   Following New York Fashion Week, Gilded Cells will be auctioning off a custom Michael Costello gown, autographed by the designer, for charity.  

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