Derek Zoolander, esteemed model and noted intellectual, has finally confirmed plans to open his long-awaited Center for Kids Who Can't Read Good and Who Wanna Learn to Do Other Stuff Good Too. The generous facility aimed at bettering society through higher education will reportedly mark its inaugural day of existence on Tuesday, TMZ reports.

However, in the 15 years since Zoolander first revealed his plans for this philanthropic endeavor, society's leading auteur would appear to have experienced a dramatic change of heart regarding the main goals of the Center for Kids Who Can't Read Good. In fact, TMZ reports the name (and, thus, the goal of the entire establishment itself) has now been changed to The Derek Zoolander Center for People Who Don't Age Good.

Zoolander has teamed up with Kiehl's and the producers of his forthcoming documentary Zoolander 2 to open a pop-up shop version of the facility, with the experienced staff offering items of agelessness to the general public through Saturday. As for learning to "read good," Zoolander apparently has no current plans to assist society in that pursuit.