Jeffrery Fashion Cares 2019 Review by Austin Velarde, photos by Cheryl Gorski

Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2019

Celebrating its 16th year, the Jeffrey Fashion Cares charity event was full of philanthropy, dazzling personalities and of course attractive men.

By Austin Velarde

Queer personalities and philanthropists alike took on-board to the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum on April 10 for the 16th annual Jeffrey Fashion Cares charity event.

The night featured an opulent silent auction, cocktail hour, live auction led by the hilarious duo of Robbie Gordy and Marti Gold Cummings and a runway show filled with the industry’s most handsome male models.

Attendees, with the likes of Peppermint, Leigh Lezark, George Wayne, Mickey Boardman, Bevy Smith among others entered the event to see iconic pictures of LGBTQ+ history and sipped on cocktails while waiting for the show to start.

Founded in 2002 by Jeffrey Kalinsky, the event benefited the Elton John AIDS Foundation, the Ali Forney Center and Lambda Legal.

Co-hosted by Gus Kenworthy, Olympic freestyle skier, and honoring Jordan Roth, Tony Award-winning producer and president of Jujamcyn Theaters, the night was an absolute success.


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