amfAR's generationCURE held its fourth annual Solstice event at the Hudson Hotel in New York City this week.

Kelly Osbourne Attends amfAR Solstice
Kelly Osbourne Attends amfAR Solstice
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More than 300 young professionals including generationCURE Ambassadors Emerson Barth, Chiara Ferragni and Kelly Osbourne, gathered to socialize with a conscience, enjoying cocktails, a silent auction, and music by The Misshapes and Jasmine Chess. The event also included a live art performance by Shantell Martin, who created a one-of-a-kind backdrop for the guests’ photo booth. Event chair Perez Hilton and amfAR chairman Kenneth Cole also attended.

Event chair Perez Hilton
Event chair Perez Hilton
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With the help of sponsorship from Microsoft, MoëtHennessy, and an exclusive online auction of major, contemporary artworks powered by Artsy, the evening raised over $90,000 in support of amfAR’s life-saving HIV/AIDS research.

Kenneth Cole Attends amfAR Solstice
Kenneth Cole Attends amfAR Solstice
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Since its inception in 2011, generationCURE has raised close to $300,000 for amfAR, and recently awarded its first cure-focused research grant.

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