ATLANTA -- On Monday evening, the Atlanta fashion community came together for the 21st annual Jeffrey Fashion Cares fashion show.
The annual event was created by Jeffrey Kalinsky, the owner of the Jeffery fashion boutiques in Manhattan and in Atlanta's Phipps Plaza. The event turned 21 this year, and is credited for raising about $11 million for AIDS and breast cancer benefits since it's inception.
The event, which is known to mark the beginning of the Atlanta fall social season was co-chaired by Ken Britt, Lila Hertz, Jeffrey McQuthy and Louise Sams, this year.
Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2013 was held in the lobby of the American Cancer Society Center in downtown Atlanta. The actual fashion show showcased pieces from Lanvin, Celine, Prada, Marni, Dries Van Noten, Balenciaga, Christian Louboutin, Manolo Blahnik, Bottega Veneta, Jason Wu and Alexander Wang.
The event also featured silent and live auctions which will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the Atlanta AIDS funds.