Amber Heard joined the likes of Nico Tortorella, Amanda Lepore, The B-52s and Susanne Bartsch at the Hetrick-Martin Institute's Emery Awards, celebrating their 40th anniversary.
Amber Heard has long been an advocate for LGBTQ issues, having come out as bisexual in 2010.
She recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Hetrick-Martin Institute, an organization that aims to empower LGBTQ youth through various services.
Amber Heard dazzled in a satin champagne gown Wednesday as was honored at the Hetrick-Martin Institute's Emery Awards in New York City.
The floor-length dress featured a thigh-high leg slit, revealing a pair of black patent leather dress shoes.
The ensemble was accessorized with layers of gold necklaces and matching rings and bracelets.
Her hair was styled in long waves, framing a bold red pout and a pair of blushed cheeks.
After coming out as bisexual, Heard later rejected all labels, telling Allure: 'I don't identify as anything. I'm a person. I like who I like.'
She was accompanied at the event by fellow LGBTQ activist Nico Tortorella, who was also being honored.
They cut a chic look in a black tuxedo, which they paired with an untucked black turtleneck.
Also present was transgender icon Amanda Lepore, who served body in a sheer turquoise dress.
It was embellished with jewels, which lined the bustier, and paired with some matching sheer gloves.
She completed the look with a pair of sparkling blue jeweled pumps, carrying a fur shawl in one hand and a jeweled clutch.