Yesterday marked the 10 year anniversary of the highly beneficial New York event called Jeffrey: Fashion Cares. As we boarded the intrepid, the vibe was booming with great music, people, and amongst all, the good that was being done to support the fight against HIV/AIDS, specifically those in the (LGBTQ) community. As one past result (of many) from the event, the donations helped around 400 low income HIV positive people receive the best and new medical treatments that they might have never thought they would ever get the chance to have. Other results also lead to the improvement of hospitals, clinics and other medical practices in their departments of helping people treat and inform about HIV/AIDS. Over all, there is so much great being done here, need I say no more?
As the beautiful Emmy Rossum of Showtime's hit show Shameless took the runway to speak, she radiated with amazing energy that held up to par with the LGBTQ activist and um... legendary singer.. Cyndi Lauper! After some moving speeches, the hundreds of male models walked the runway donning amazing designers such as Givenchy.
A whole lot of cupcakes + the beatiful Emmy Rossum! Loved her dress.
After the runway show, people lined up to booths to bid on silent auctions that would rack up to the event's goal of raising $1 million dollars in one night.
My friend Nicole and I had the most amazing time, and even got Jeffrey take away bags, except she was missing a candle in hers, which she is still extremely envious of mine (it smells like heaven). Sorry Nicole.