PHOTOS: Nick Adams, A Rainbow Of Bonobos Pants And NYC ‘Mocialites Mingle At Trevor Project Benefit

The Trevor Project threw a ritzy Spring Fling benefit Friday at the Bowery Hotel, raising money for the charity’s LGBT suicide prevention services.

The party specifically honored Trevor NextGen, a group of young volunteers who give their time to help out with the Project’s important life-saving work and who were invited to come partake in the swanky affair.

On hand to perform “Like a Virgin” was the very handsome gay Broadway star Nick Adams, who chatted with Queerty’s Evan Mulvihill. (Read the exclusive interview here.)

Also in attendance were reps for Bonobos, who donated a seer sucker suit for the silent auction and set up a display with the six colors of the Pride flag represented by six brightly colored washed chinos. They even outfitted the Trevor NextGen NYC’s Spring Fling Co-Chairs Matthew Schwartz and Colin Stayton in natty Bonobos suits.

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Photos via The Trevor Project

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  • arlo

    Out of curiosity, do black people live in NYC? These champagne benefits are always so white white white and full of co-chair clones.

  • ChattyKathy

    All the colors of the rainbow, yet not a single African-American. Speaks volumes about the gay establishment…

  • Bob

    Yes, these groups can do a lot more to increase their diversity, but calling The Trevor Project, which works to help LGBT youths of all races in crisis, “a joke” because this organization lacks diversity is ridiculous. When a kid calls into the lifeline, nobody asks what race they are, they just seek to help them.

  • no one

    because you need an education to be a co-chair.

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