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This historic setting is now playing host to "Christmas at the Villa," a charity event bringing together some of Lebanon's best designers and artists.The first day of the event brought together a number of well-known personalities in Lebanese high society to browse jewelry, art and fashion – for a good cause.Ghattas brought together "creative minds at the service of society," she said, in order to help fundraise for a good cause. Designers rent out tables to display their work at the Villa from Dec. 11-13 and a percentage of the table fee goes to the Bassma, a Lebanese nonprofit humanitarian organization that helps impoverished families around Lebanon. Across from Baroud is a ceramics stand where Hana Kaaki, a professional visual artist, was displaying her collection of ceramic art.
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