LifestyleStyle Kiehl's Derek Zoolander Center for People Who Don't Age Good is really, really, ridiculously ridiculous By Melissa Kravitz email@example.com Updated February 9, 2016 2:30 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email New York just got that much more ridiculously good looking. And just plain ridiculous. Three men in leopard suits blared trumpets at the corner of 14th Street and 8th Avenue on Tuesday afternoon, as more male models (read: out-of-work actors) in shiny silver suits posed or flew by on scooters sporting "Blue Steel" faces to announce the grand opening of The Derek Zoolander Center for People Who Don't Age Good -- or DZCFPWDAG, for short. This collaboration between Kiehl's and "Zoolander 2" offers an exclusive 6.5-step program to keep you really, really ridiculously good looking. Gaining a few stress wrinkles is more likely after a visit to the DZCFPWDAG, because this is New York, and any free experience will be really, really ridiculously crowded. Take a look inside. Welcome to DZCFPWDAG Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Animal-print attire is not required to enter the pop-up center at 88 8th Ave., but why not dress up a little? This is Derek Zoolander's gift to you Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Another great gift would be free movie tickets, but that wouldn't sell beauty products. Step 1: Do you age good or NOT good? Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Chances are, you age not good, and a guy in a silky blue shirt will tell you approximately how elderly you look before pushing you into the next step. Step 2: Decontamination Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz This is the part where men in Ebola suits spray you with Kiehl's products. Instant decontamination! Ask nicely and you may get a free bottle to take home. Or you can skip this step and buy one online. But really you don't need a hazmat suit to try these Kiehl's products Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Beauty is a science. Step 3: Youthful scents-ability Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz This step includes inhaling both pleasant and unpleasant scents from colorful machines. You can skip it if you're in this for the free products. The Top Secret Fountain of Youth is off-limits Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz But who wants to look that young anyway? Step 3.5: PTNR Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Pants-to-nipples ratio is a very important part of youthfulness, according to an actor reciting a script most likely not written by the "Zoolander" screenwriters. When you're born, you don't wear pants, which means you look youthful. No babies were present at the DZCFPWDAG on Tuesday. This is the look you're going for Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Pull those pants down! Look young! Step 4: Phalangeal preservation Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Both your right and left phalanges need to look good for the ultimate youthfulness. You may even meet your identical hand twin on the runway Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Dress up your fingers and show off your stuff! Step 5: Youthify your insides Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Here, you can relax in a weirdly constricted corner and breathe some free oxygen. Free wisdom is available throughout the center Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Soak it in. It will keep you young. Prepare for your newfound youthfulness with this Zoolander bible Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz This is important for Step 6. Step 6: Rebirth certification Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz If you thought you were getting out of here without a photo booth, you've never been to an event before. Choose your favorite face from the Derek Zoolander lookbook of really, really ridiculously good looking looks. You know you're only here for the Instagram anyway Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz #BlueKiehl Limited-edition Zoolander products by Kiehl's are also available for sale Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz The Blue Kiehl's Men's Collection is $25 and The Ridiculously Youthful Collection is $26. Other select Kiehl's products are available for purchase as well. The DZCFPWDAG at 77 8th Ave. will be open on Feb. 9-11 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Feb. 12 from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Feb. 13 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. By Melissa Kravitz firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.