Spend The Night With Hot Male Models For An Even Hotter Cause

If there's one event you must attend this season, it's this one. The Jeffery Fashion Cares Fundraiser is coming back aboard the Intrepid aircraft carrier for another night filled with drinks, music, hunky male models decked out in the latest spring fashions, and of course, haute high-end goodies up for auction. It's all to benefit the LGBT community and those living with HIV and AIDS through the amazing work by Lambda Legal, The Hetrick Martin Institute, The AIDS Community Research Initiative of America (ACRIA), and The Point Foundation, so don't feel too bad about splurging on what are sure to be some of the most enviable items around — your dough is going straight to an amazing cause. Plus, with Chloë Sevigny as this year's Honorary Chair and plenty of your favorite designers in attendance — and, um, did we mention all of the male models? — you can expect nothing but the best (steamiest) time, ever. And if topping last year's staggering success isn't enough to celebrate, the founder of The Palette Fund, Terrence Meck, will recieve the first annual Jeffrey Fashion Cares Community Leadership Award, for his efforts to help the LGBT community achieve equal rights, and for helping to support LGBT youth. Trust us, there's no better way to spend a Monday night —or, really, any night — than this.
When: Monday, March 26, from 6:30 to 11 p.m.
Where: The Intrepid, Pier 86 on 12th Avenue (at West 46th Street); 212-809-8585; purchase tickets here.
Photo: Courtesy of Factory PR

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