A ‘Shred of Hope’ for LGBT Youth, auction kicks off today


Menswear label Nasty Pig begins their auction today through June 27th of their exclusive, original T-shirts designed by artists, musicians, activists and other LGBTQ allies. 

As their Shred of Hope campaign, 100% of the proceeds go to the Ali Forney Center in New York City, the largest shelter for homeless and runaway LGBT youth in the United States. 

The “Shredder” T-shirts feature a street style with artistic tears and bold prints. The designs come from a notable group of A-listers including Adam Lambert, R.E.M. front man Michael Stipe, actor Alan Cumming, Oscar-winning screenwriter and producer Dustin Lance Black, Bravo TV host Andy Cohen, author and activist Dan Savage and husband Terry Miller, actor Ally Sheedy, her daughter Rebecca Lansbury, NY rapper Njena Redd Foxxx, author activist Keith Boykin…and the list continues.  

Going on for one week, the auction takes place online. Shirts can be bid on by clicking on a designer to read more information about the artist and to stake your claim. 

Visit the site here for a full lineup of offerings and more information. 


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