Jeffrey Kalinsky (left), Fashion Designer Joseph Altuzarra (center) and Vogue’s Anna Wintour (right) at Jeffrey Fashion Cares
The annual Jeffrey Fashion Cares event was held on April 3rd at The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City. Established in 2002 by Jeffrey Kalinsky, fashion and retail pioneer, Jeffrey Fashion Cares New York has raised over $8 million for respected charity organizations supporting LGBT civil rights, HIV prevention & research, and education for LGBT youth. The event consisted of a cocktail reception with a luxury silent auction, an exciting live auction hammered by Christie’s and a men’s fashion show that featured over 40 of the leading supermodels from around world showcasing the best of Spring ’17 from Jeffrey’s New York. Hot Sox was honored to donate socks to the fabulous gift bags which included product from a host of leading brands including John Varvatos, Kiehl's, SoulCycle and Tie Bar among others.
Models on the runway
This year’s event raised oved $800,000 which will be split equally between three amazing LGBT charities - the Elton John Aids Foundation, Hetrick Martin Institute, and Lambda Legal. The event was hosted by Brad Goreski, stylist and co-host of E!’s fashion police. In addition the event honored Kiehl's Since 1851 President Chris Salgardo for his amazing work for the LGBT community.
For more information please go to http://www.jeffreyfashioncares.org
Photos by BFA