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Last night, top designers and a flurry of philanthropic socials boarded the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum at Pier 86 for the eighth annual Jeffrey Fashion Cares benefit. Hosted by retail impresario Jeffrey Kalinsky and co-chaired by interiors whiz Nate Berkus, the evening aimed to raise much-needed funds for a number of AIDS and LGBT-related charities. The soirée kicked off with cocktails, scrumptious sliders, and a little label-browsing--all for a good cause, of course. With sponsors ranging from designers Marc Jacobs,
With its incredibly well-curated merch (Balenciaga and Alaïa and Lanvin, oh my!) and cool West Side Highway venue, Jeffrey New York is on every fashion insider’s list of prime NYC shops. But founder Jeffrey Kalinsky values philanthropy far more highly than this season’s Céline totes, having launched David Yurman’s Madison Ave. townhouse hosted a shopping event along with Details to kick off this year’s Jeffrey Fashion Cares Gala, with the evening’s sales benefiting the noble cause. “It was really Details hat brought us together with JFC,” explained David Yurman’s Director of Global PR, Elizabeth Reid. “And philanthropy is much a part of the David Yurman DNA.” Added JFC co-chair Todd Sears, “It’s great when our fashion sponsors get excited about our cause. It’s not just that they write us a check—it’s that everyone truly wants to get involved through their donations of time and effort.”