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124 JAN OF THE HOUR BY CHRISTINA GEYER. PHOTOGRAPHY BRET REDMAN. an Showers is many things: queen of glamorous inte- rior decoration, style-setter famous for her impeccable taste, and generous philanthropist. It was the latter quality — in particular, Showers' benevolent support of nonprofit Dwell With Dignity — that was cause for celebration. Dwell With Dignity founders Lisa Robison and Kim Turner hosted a luncheon, filling the entirety of Forty Five Ten's penthouse restaurant, Mirador, with Showers' closest family, friends, and design colleagues. A champagne reception set the tone; Jan was, of course, swarmed by well-wishers. Once guests took their seats, Robison spoke about Dwell With Dignity's nearly 10-year history of providing beautifully furnished rooms for impoverished and homeless fami- lies. Then she raised a toast to Jan (who was seated with husband Jim Showers and daughters Elizabeth Showers and Susanna Moldawer) and to her longtime support of Dwell With Dignity's mission: Jan, we learned, signed on to help Robison and Turner with their endeavor from the start. SEEN: DeeDee Lee, Shelle Sills, Ceron and Todd Fiscus, Stephanie Seay, Suzanne Droese, Lisa Runyon, Cindy Rachofsky, Kimberly Schlegel Whitman, Gonzalo Bueno, Rob Dailey, and Sarah Johnson. DWELL WITH DIGNITY CELEBRATES THE INIMITABLE INTERIOR DESIGNER JAN SHOWERS. Jim & Jan Showers, Susanna Moldawer, Elizabeth Showers Rob Dailey, La Toya Jones, Joel Baldazo Gonzalo Bueno, Kimberly Schlegel Whitman, Todd Fiscus Sarah Johnson Ceron, Lisa Runyon Suzanne Droese, Sharon Young DeeDee Lee, Shelle Sills Lisa Robison Stephanie Seay Neva Hall Kim Turner

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