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Chris Goins, Ceron, Constance Bost By Shelby Hodge. Photography Jacob Power for The Webster. I t was a fun night out when Ceron, master of urban chic and hairmaster to a tip-top clientele, presented his fashion picks for the holidays at The Webster bou- tique at the Galleria. With a choice of labels running from Proenza Schouler to Valentino and Stella McCartney, Ceron was in designer heaven. "This is such a great store," he said before presenting his favorite looks for men and women. "This is like my third closet. I mean, some people have four closets. This is my third one, because it is absolutely the chicest thing." WHO: The Webster CEO Cedric Aumonier, Tatiana Massey, Chris Goins, Lizzie Sullivan, Erica and Benjy Levit, Marnie Greenwood, Vicki Rizzo, Mary Beth Aspromonte, Cathy Echols, Taylor Hudgens, Clinton Quisenberry, John and Becca Cason Thrash, Stuart Rosenberg, and The Webster GM Constance Bost. See more Shelby Hodge at AT THE WEBSTER COOL KIDS Erica Levit, Ceron Marnie Greenwood, Tarek El-Bjeirmi Anastasia Marshall, Nika Diwa, Tatiana Massey Cathy Echols, DeeAnn Thigpen Benjy Levit Cedric Aumonier 40 A STORY of COURAGE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESIDENT SHARES HIS FATHER'S HOLOCAUST MEMORIES. Shelby Hodge needs a tissue. Photography by Priscilla Dickson, Wilson Parish. T here was nary a dry eye in the ballroom of the Hilton Americas- Houston when University of Texas president Gregory Fenves, for the fi rst time, publicly discussed his father's harrowing journey from surviving the Holocaust as a young teen to managing a successful career in America. Though Fenves himself was recipient of the Holocaust Museum Houston Guardian of the Human Spirit Award, he dedicated the honor to his father, Steven Fenves, who joined UT's 29th president on stage for a standing ovation from the 1,000 in attendance. The awards luncheon, established in 1997 to honor institutions and leaders who enhance the lives of others and work to better mankind, raised more than $700,000 for HMH programs. Leading the emotional day were honorary chairs UT System chancellor Bill McRaven, the Jack Blanton family and the Ernest Cockrell family, and luncheon chairs Linda and Les Allison, Tali and Eric Blumrosen, Hannah and Cal McNair, and Kelly and Bill Montgomery. Who: Mayor Sylvester Turner, Ellen Cohen, Vince Ryan, Janiece Longoria, Matthew and Lisa Kornhauser, Teri and Brian Caress, Nancy Li and Dr. Soner Tarim, Chris Kase, Heidi Massin, Sunni and Gary Markowitz, Sue and Lester Smith, Kelli Cohen Fein and Martin Fein, Jill and Brad Deutser, Gail and Milton Klein, Fred Zeidman, Regina Rogers, Gina Gaston Elie and Mario Elie. For more Shelby Hodge, see Gary Markowitz, Dr. Kelly J. Zúñiga Co-chairs Les & Linda Allison, Co-chair Cal McNair Mayor Sylvester Turner Estela & David Cockrell Stuart Smith Sue & Lester Smith Heidi & David Gerger Co-chair Hannah McNair Honoree Gregory Fenves Joanna Marks Co-chairs Eric & Tali Blumrosen Co-chairs Kelly & Bill Montgomery Brian & Shelly Hendry

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